Exams for students may be several weeks away, but the time of testing for schools began much earlier, according to Houston pastor who serves on his local school board.
By Ken Camp / Managing Editor
Deanna Harrison knows the pain ministers and their families face after being fired by a church. She and her husband learned the hard way.
Crestview Baptist Church in Georgetown enjoys some distinctive advantages in terms of facilities and resources that have helped it thrive during a global pandemic. But Pastor Dan Wooldridge believes its greatest assets are creativity and commitment.
Texas Baptist Men disaster relief teams are continuing to meet needs across the lower Rio Grande Valley in the aftermath of Hurricane Hanna.
By John Hall / Texas Baptist Men
The Baylor University Collaborative on Hunger and Poverty received a major grant from USDA for a pilot program designed to encourage SNAP participants to purchase and consume milk as part of a healthy, balanced diet.
By Lori Fogleman / Baylor University
Shirley Taylor, an East Texas-based Christian advocate for women’s equality, has been waiting 10 years for the Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood to apologize for promoting what she considers “a gender-based caste system.”
The Hispanic Baptist Convention of Texas celebrated its 110th anniversary and held its annual meeting virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
By Isa Torres / Hispanic Beat Reporter
Texas Baptist Men is deploying multiple volunteer disaster relief teams to the Weslaco area in the wake of Hurricane Hanna.
Barbecue Baptist Church, an outreach of First Baptist Church in Navasota, aims to bring a warm meal, a little levity and a reminder that people care to its community and beyond.
By Emily McFarlan Miller / Religion News Service
Due to COVID-19, fall sports will be delayed until the spring semester at four NCAA Division III universities affiliated with the Baptist General Convention of Texas.
Latham Springs Camp and Retreat Center at Aquilla has closed for two weeks and its staff is under “house quarantine” after the camp learned about confirmed cases of COVID-19 among members of a church group from Keller.
Baylor University wants to do a better job telling its “complete history,” but the university has no intention of changing its name, the chairman of the Baylor’s board of regents announced.