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Around the State: Astronaut who walked on moon walks with Christ

Apollo astronaut Charles Duke told San Marcos Baptist Academy students his walk on the moon pales in comparison to his walk with Christ.

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Around the State: Grant for Baylor's 'Faith Project'

Jonathan Kvanvig and Trent Dougherty, philosophy professors at Baylor University, and Daniel Howard-Snyder, jonathan kvanvig130Jonathan Kvanviga philosophy professor at Western Washington University, have received a $1.5 million grant from the Templeton Religion Trust for their three-year project, “The Nature and Value of Faith.” The purpose of the grant is to investigate faith and the ways it manifests itself in the lives of successful people, both in religious contexts and ordinary life.

Hardin-Simmons University will hold its Outstanding Young Alumni Awards banquet Feb. 21 at 7 p.m. Honorees are Chad Braun, a finance officer; Deanna Julian, an entertainer; and Jason Terrell, a medical doctor.

The art department of Wayland Baptist University will host an exhibit, “Our People, Our Land, Our Images,” Feb. 24-March 28 in the Abraham Art Gallery.

A literacy conference will be held March 1 at Dallas Baptist University from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Workshops include resources for general-equivalency diploma training, teaching citizenship classes, English-as-a-Second-Language resources, teaching English, online resources for literacy ministry and sharing faith. The cost is $25. To register, click here

First Baptist Church in Midland will sponsor its second annual Principled Leadership Conference March 20 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. It will be held in the Allison Fine Arts building on the Midland College campus. Randel Everett, pastor of First Baptist Church, and Harvey Perkins, CEO and founder of the Urban Learning and Leadership Center in Hampton, Va., will lead the conference. The conference will equip participants to think critically about the changing patterns and challenges of society and to explore possibilities for utilizing their leadership skills. The registration fee of $350 includes materials. The first 100 nonprofit leaders to register will pay $50. For more information, call (432) 683-0604.

Alice Zaccarello has been named executive director of the Well Community, a ministry to people with mental illness in Dallas. Founded in 2002, it is housed at Cliff Temple Baptist Church and serves 350 people.

Howard Payne University music students Allen Andrus and Hannah Strebeck have received the Clara Freshour Nelson Scholarship through the Texas Association of Music Schools.

Anniversaries

Larry Johnson, 30th, executive director of Ellis Baptist Association, Feb. 1. He began as the church-starting associate for the Trinity Brazos Baptist Area, which included Ellis County. In 1994, the area separated into separate associations, and Johnson was named leader of the Ellis County group of churches.

Events

First Baptist Church in Cisco honored Martha Davis for 50 years as church pianist Feb. 2. She received a necklace, a plaque of appreciation and a proclamation from the mayor naming the day in her honor.

A “No Man Left Behind” training event is scheduled March 8 at Trinity Baptist Church in Tyler. “No Man Left Behind” trains a core group of men in the essentials of establishing an effective men’s ministry intended to disciple every man in the congregation. The session begins at 9 a.m. and concludes at 3 p.m. Registration is $15, which covers the cost of materials. For more information, call (903) 593-3143 or contact Randy Newberry at (214) 275-1122.

Ken Medema will lead worship at First Baptist Church in Devine March 9. He will sing and speak in the 11 a.m. worship service and present a concert at 6 p.m.

First Baptist Church in Austin will be the site of a Pilgrimage of Trust March 21-23, led by the monks of the Taizé monastery in Taizé, France. The event is aimed at adults under age 35. It will begin with evening prayer on Friday and conclude mid-day Sunday. Workshops and small-group activities will cover social justice issues and feature discussion on ways to help people who are suffering, and becoming bearers of peace and reconciliation. The fee is $45 and covers on-site meals. To register, click here

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Around the State: HPU features Temple artist's work

The artwork of Temple artist Chad Hines is on display in the Dorothy and Wendell Mayes Art Gallery of Howard Payne University's Doakie Day Art Center.

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Around the State: Students swing hammers for Habitat

About 20 East Texas Baptist University students and faculty turned out on a Saturday morning Jan. 18 to help put shingles on a Habitat for Humanity project in Marshall.

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Around the State: Unwrap the Bible set

Thousands of women are expected to gather in Houston’s Lakewood Church Feb. 21-22 for the Women of Faith “Unwrap the Bible” event, an in-depth Bible study with well-known teachers. 

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Around the State: [un]Apologetic conference

The schedule for the Texas Baptists (un)Apologetic conferences has been set. 

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Around the State: HPU wins at moot court

Howard Payne University captured the Southwestern Regional Moot Court championship.

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Around: 'Walk' snares shoes for orphans

First Baptist Church in Perryton created a Christmas tree from donated shoes for orphan children.

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Around the State: Greater Dallas Movement Day

More than 1,500 community leaders are expected to gather Jan. 23 for Greater Dallas Movement Day, a one-day event that will include leaders in the areas of business, eduction, healthcare, nonprofits, government and the church from a diversity of cultural and ethnic backgrounds.

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Around the State: TBM ice storm cleanup

Texas Baptist Men disaster relief volunteers responded to needs across North Texas after a devastating ice storm paralyzed the region.

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Around the State: 2,600 Thanksgiving meals

Members of Oak View Baptist Church in Irving provided 2,600 Thanksgiving meals to apartment residents and also donated meals to the homeless as a part of Serving Irving, a ministry nearly two decades old.

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Around the State: HPU plans Christmas celebration

Howard Payne University’s symphonic band and concert choir will perform “A Christmas Celebration” Dec. 5 at 7:30 p.m.

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Around the State: 'Keyboards at Christmas'

The Southwestern Theological Baptist Seminary School of Music will present “Keyboards at Christmas” featuring “more Steinway pianos than you can imagine” Dec. 5.

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Around the State: Miss Wayland crowned

Miss Wayland crowned; Christian rock band The Digital Age to play at Baylor; Acclaimed artists to perform with HPU concert choir; DBU names faculty member of the year; HSU freshman awarded ICUT Foundation scholarship; New employees at ETBU.

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Around the State: ETBU Servant Leadership Awards

Christopher Hudgens and Lucy Elston received East Texas Baptist University’s Bob and Gayle Riley Servant Leadership Awards.

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