Student Missions Blog: We’ve officially had our first group of kids come through Frontier Lodge Camp here in Quebec.
Nineteen Dallas Baptist University students—all members of service fraternities and sororities—began their summer vacation ministering in Chile.
A marginalized people group in the Gaza Strip that receives little government aid benefits from food provided through the Texas Baptist Hunger Offering.
Student Missions Blog: When I was placed on the Northern Exposure team to Wisconsin, I expected maybe one or two strange connections with people the entire time I was here. What I didn’t realize was this story really started 20 years ago in the small Texas community of Duffau.
Student Missions Blog: Once my team and I arrived in Bicol, our team grew as we added two translators. We headed out to the field on a Saturday morning, to Apuao, a small island.
Our nation celebrates its 239th birthday this week. Wave your tiny flag if you perceive the pow has gone out of the firecrackers and believe the boom has gone out of the bottlerockets. Something is wrong with America, and just about everybody senses it.
A new survey finds flag-waving, All-American Fourth of July celebrations are tempered by concerns the nation isn’t the moral leader it once was, Christians face discrimination here at home and some folks aren’t “truly American.”
Books reviewed in this issue are He Said What?! by Brenda Poinsett and Hopecasting by Mark Oestreicher.
Maybe we should watch our children and learn from them how to get along and care for one another. They tend to do it better than grownups.
I’ll just come right out and say it: Tribalism in Christianity is stupid, and I’m willing to bet we are more alike than we think.
In a landmark decision, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled 5-4 the Constitution does not allow the government to deny same-sex couples marital benefits available to married couples of the opposite sex.
For 15 years, the Texas-based worship band Burgundy Road has helped teenagers and young adults navigate life’s journey.
Churches wanting to reach Millennials need to pay as much attention to environmental issues as they do to worship styles, according to many observers.
An almost equal number of Americans believe Islam poses as great a threat to their own nation’s religious liberty as consider it a danger to religious freedom internationally, new research shows.
Trailer parks exist on the periphery of some people’s lives—transient communities on the edge of town, occupied by residents they may see as living on the edge of society. But they are central to the ministry of one North Texas Baptist church planter.