Hungry people need Christ’s followers to act like Jesus, not like his original disciples, a Christian social worker told participants at the Dallas Hunger Summit.
By Ken Camp / Managing Editor
Two-way communication is vital as the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship launches the long process of repairing or replacing homes and churches harmed by Hurricane Harvey.
By Marv Knox / Fellowship Southwest
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By Staff / Baptist Standard
Texas Baptist Men secured a historic 1942 DC-3 to deliver supplies to sites from Rockport to Orange in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.
In the wake of a turbulent year of clashes between white, black and Hispanic Americans, Christians should build bridges across racial divides, speakers told a Texas Baptist conference on reconciliation.
By Kalie Lowrie / Texas Baptist Communications
Although Hurricane Harvey blew apart communities along the Texas Gulf Coast, a gentle breeze of intra-Baptist cooperation followed in its wake.
Cooperative Baptist Fellowship volunteers are racing the clock to help Hurricane Harvey victims remove flood-soaked carpet and drywall before mold takes over—and help is needed.
People who want to make a difference in an imperfect world cannot wait for perfect timing and perfect circumstances, Delvin Atchison told a Wayland Baptist University crowd.
By Jonathan Petty / Wayland Baptist University
Making sure families in West Fort Worth have food in their stomachs is the driving passion of William Pherigo, executive director of WestAid in Fort Worth.
By George Henson / Special to the Baptist Standard
Evangelicals engage American culture most effectively not by mimicking it but by offering an alternative centered on the cross of Christ, ethicist Russell Moore told a Baylor University crowd.
Eleven days after Hurricane Harvey made landfall, Texas Baptist Men volunteers were providing disaster relief at two-dozen sites along the Texas Gulf Coast.
En un momento cuando inmigrantes indocumentados en los Estados Unidos viven con un creciente temor e incertidumbre, existen ministerios que buscan ayudarlos a obtener un estatus legal y dar mejores oportunidades a familias para que permanezcan unidas.
By Isa Torres / Hispanic Beat Reporter