Hugo Garcia believes when he was called to become pastor of Cornerstone Fellowship Baptist Church, God also commissioned him to develop a Christian program for teens in East Central El Paso.
By Carolyn Tomlin
A 21-year-old minister from Arlington who endorsed Joe Biden for president on social media said the pastor of the church where he completed a year-long pastoral internship told him his license to the gospel ministry would “not be renewed.”
By Ken Camp / Managing Editor
The COVID-19 pandemic forced Woman’s Missionary Union of Texas and Buckner International to cancel its in-person Women’s Build missions project in the Rio Grande Valley, but a qualified family in Peñitas still will gain a new home.
In spite of dire predictions, COVID-19 generally had a less-severe-than-anticipated impact on fall enrollment at most Texas Baptist universities.
Baylor University and Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary have sued a charitable foundation they say is trying to misuse millions of dollars in assets.
By Bob Smietana / Religion News Service
For years, Orange County Judge Carl Thibodeaux played a vital role in Texas Baptist Men disaster relief by submitting names of people who need help after significant storms. Following Hurricane Laura, that list included his own for the first time.
By Rand Jenkins / Texas Baptist Men
Workshops that typically would have been offered during the Baptist General Convention of Texas annual meeting will be offered in a weekly online format Tuesdays at 2 p.m., beginning Sept. 8.
By Kalie Lowrie / Texas Baptist Communications
Baylor University’s Truett Theological Seminary named adjunct professor Jennifer Howell as the inaugural director of the Theology, Ecology and Food Justice Program.
By Maxcey Blaylock / Truett Theological Seminary
TBM disaster relief crews are working in Southeast Texas to help residents affected by Hurricane Laura, including Pastor Ryan Chandler of Trinity Baptist Church in Orange.
By John Hall / Texas Baptist Men
Buckner International recently learned 160-year-old records show its long-revered namesake founder, R.C. Buckner, was a slaveholder.
A district court granted the Dallas County District Attorney’s office motion to dismiss criminal charges against Matthew Tonne, a former employee of The Village Church in Flower Mound, for an alleged sex offense due to “lack of probable cause.”
Missionaries who served in China around the time of legendary Baptist missionary Lottie Moon’s death indirectly became responsible for several generations of Baptist preachers and lay leaders in Mexico.