La visión que los bautistas en Texas tenían para la escuela que ahora se conoce como Universidad Bautista de las Américas (BUA, por sus siglas en inglés) ha cambiado desde su creación en 1947—esto no es un retroceso, sino una inversión.
By Isa Torres / Hispanic Beat Reporter
El trabajo de la Convención General Bautista de Texas con los hispanos existía antes que la Convención Hispana Bautista de Texas estableciera sus oficinas con un director executivo siete años atrás.
Survivors of Hurricane Harvey have experienced God’s grace in the aftermath of one of the worst natural disasters in U.S. history.
By Marv Knox / Fellowship Southwest
Texas Baptist work among Hispanics predated the Hispanic Baptist Convention of Texas establishing its own office with an executive director seven years ago. But the Convención wanted to do more to meet needs and respond to opportunities, the group’s chief executive officer noted.
The vision some Texas Baptists had for the school now known as Baptist University of the Américas has changed since its creation in 1947—not a reversal but an expansion.
Whether the goal is reaching Millennials or Baby Boomers for Christ, the invitation remains the same, a Dallas mega-church pastor told a national conference.
By Kirsten McKimmey / Texas Baptist Communications
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.
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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.