Nominations to be considered by messengers to the Baptist General Convention of Texas annual meeting, Nov. 8-10 in Frisco, are presented by the Committee on Committees, Committee to Nominate Executive Board Directors and the Committee on Nominations for Boards of Affiliated Ministries.
Danny Reeves, pastor of First Baptist Church in Corsicana, will be nominated for second vice president of the Baptist General Convention of Texas during its annual meeting in Frisco, Nov. 8-10.
When future recording artist Aryn Michelle Calhoun was a child, her parents realized God had given her a unique gift to minister through music.
Seeing the faces and hearing the stories of hungry people—from Oakland, Calif., to colonias along the Rio Grande, to Maine—shaped the findings and recommendations the National Commission on Hunger soon will report to Congress and the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
“You know, you could just take ’em down,” Joanna told me, demonstrating yet again my wife is both smarter and more practical than I.
When we discuss outreach, we describe why people have marginal connection to our church. But we almost never talk about issues common to all people, much less what to do about them. Does our approach diminish the gospel?
Life didn’t just happen, most Americans say—and a surprising number of nonreligious people agree.
On a recent night, I was riding in a car with my co-worker Ryan and a few new friends. One is from Scotland, one is from the Manchester area, and one is from Northern Ireland.
By the slimmest of margins, Americans believe immigrants benefit our country.
Through their music and message, the Waco-based worship band The Digital Age seeks innovative ways to reach teenagers and college students with the gospel.
In spite of some discouraging trends, the problem of hunger in the United States—particularly among children—can be solved, the leader of the national “No Kid Hungry” movement told participants at the Together at the Table Hunger and Poverty Summit at Baylor University.
Two former members of Congress who seemingly had little in common put any partisan differences aside as they spoke out in support of human rights and fighting hunger at the Together at the Table Hunger and Poverty Summit at Baylor University.
East Texas Baptist University freshmen students felt duly compensated for their volunteer work at fall festivals at two Marshall public school campuses, part of the university's Learning and Leading program.