By Chuck Kelley on Thursday, July 6, 2017

In the fall of 1969 evangelist Bob Harrington, then known as the Chaplain of Bourbon Street, came to First Baptist Church in Beaumont, TX for an evangelistic crusade. It was my home church, and I was a senior in high school. I was already an active Christian and...

By Steve Morgan on Monday, May 8, 2017

PREFACE I talk with people about theology a lot. I even use it as my evangelism strategy. I’ll ask people what they think about God, if they think God is good, if they think God is just, etc. With that in mind, I recognize the irony of this blog post....

By Joe Waller on Monday, May 1, 2017

I don’t need to know everything. I’ve been wrestling with a research paper for a little while. I keep making small steps forward in the work only to grow intimidated by the vast amount of literature I won’t have time to consult. I struggle to make progress not because I’m uninterested...

By Steve Morgan on Monday, April 17, 2017

Easter was yesterday. He is risen! We are reposting a blog from last year about King Jesus' regicide. Nothing seemed better for the occasion than to keep celebrating our King following the celebration of His resurrection. In other words, let's keep the party going. Regicide: The Many Face of King...

By Steve Morgan on Monday, April 3, 2017

After a decade of school and ministry, here are the ten most important things I've learned: 1) Reading a book is great – Reading the book is greater Nothing can replace the story of God reconciling man to Himself. If we are to be ministers of reconciliation, we ought to know the...

By Steve Morgan on Monday, March 27, 2017

Evangelism can be difficult. Many factors contribute to the difficult state of evangelism and I think most of them are internal, not external. I don’t write this as a fix-all for every evangelistic problem out there. I am commenting about a struggle I face as a Millenial. I want to propose...

By Obbie Todd on Monday, March 20, 2017

The extent of God’s sovereignty seems like an inescapable topic in the church today. It’s also possibly the most flammable theological discussion in the church today – if one can indeed call it a “discussion.” It manifests itself in seminary classrooms and pulpits and small groups and Facebook threads in...

By Ben Browning on Monday, February 27, 2017

Shocked “These kinds of things didn’t happen back when the KKK was still around!” That is a statement that I never thought I would hear as a pastor. I grew up in the rural South so I was not oblivious to the existence of racism. I even had some family members...