Texas Baptist Men volunteers responded to disasters on multiple fronts, providing services ranging from hot meals to debris removal.
For Baptist disaster-relief coordinators, maintaining professionalism and sanity can be a challenge while juggling simultaneous catastrophes that produce multiple requests for help.
If the deadly Oklahoma tornado had a silver lining, it may be the ecumenical spirit that blew in with the response and recovery efforts of local churches, ministers say.
Ministers of spiritual formation are turning to the Internet to counter the interference hectic schedules, frequent traveling, social media and other demands of modern life can have on healthy discipleship.
First Baptist Church in Abilene celebrated the completion of a three-year capital campaign that collected more than $3.6 million for missions.
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