How many church fights—or marital spats, office conflicts and community brouhahas—would end harmoniously if people simply listened to each other?
Experts with a variety of experience dealing with fear and its many forms—anxiety, angst, worry, stress—insist world, Christian and Baptist history prove faith trumps terror.
Our church is compiling a songbook, composed of our members’ favorite hymns. We only plan to use the book for our own congregation’s worship, but one member warned we should be careful about copyright laws. What does “be careful” mean?
Shock the Wheat: Helping Jesus Seek and Save the Lost by G. Jack Wren is reviewed in this issue.
Observing the cycle of life can take your breath away. I watched it revolve 360 degrees in less than 24 hours, and I know I’m blessed.
Texas Baptists’ Disaster Recovery ministry will sponsor a family-oriented mission trip to Galveston July 26-31.
Texas needs to remove barriers that make it difficult for ex-offenders to re-enter the “free world” and become productive members of society, a public policy expert with the Texas Baptist Christian Life Commission insists.
When it comes to reaching young adults with the gospel, things are not as bleak as some suggest, a young minister told Dallas Baptist Association pastors.
More than 4.65 million Texans last year—including nearly 1.9 million children—had limited or uncertain access to enough food for a healthy lifestyle, a study by Feeding America revealed.
Speakers at the Woman’s Missionary Union of Texas annual meeting in Waco assured members their prayers and offerings are helping missionaries across the globe share the gospel and persevere through difficult circumstances.
The Texas House State Affairs Committee heard several hours of testimony on a bill to protect clergy from being compelled to participate in same-sex marriage ceremonies.
The Texas Senate approved a voucher plan that would use taxpayer funds to provide scholarships to private schools—including religious ones.
In 1975, a South Vietnamese pastor led 69 orphans from their Baptist-sponsored orphanage in a daring escape by sea as the country fell to the communists.