No single term—Hispanic, Latino, Latinx or whatever—fully encompasses all the people in the United States who are of Latin American ancestry.
By Isa Torres / Hispanic Beat Reporter
Members of the women’s soccer team at East Texas Baptist University led sports clinics, competed in international soccer games, distributed Bibles and shared their faith during spring break mission trip to Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica.
By Kristin Williams / East Texas Baptist University
Howard Payne University named Cory Hines as its next president, effective April 1. Trustees unanimously elected Hines at a called meeting March 18.
By Staff / Baptist Standard
Missionaries from the United States planted the gospel seed when they arrived in Honduras 60 years ago. Now their labor continues to bear fruit through the ministry of Ricarte Espinal, pastor of Iglesia Bautista La Promesa in Dallas.
Weeks after a tornado ripped through a densely populated section of Havana, a Cuban Baptist seminary continues to deliver much-needed assistance to storm survivors, thanks in large part to ministry spearheaded by a Waco Baptist family.
By Ken Camp / Managing Editor
Threads by Nomad, a Houston-based ministry that celebrates diversity through design, providing refugees who are skilled seamstresses and fiber artists both an avenue for cultural expression and a livelihood.
By Carolyn Tomlin
Terms like “Hispanic” or “Latino” may suggest a group of people who share a common language and culture, but leaders of Hispanic Texas Baptist churches know better.
A Baptist pastor from Houston joined teachers and administrators at a March 11 rally on the steps of the Texas Capitol, urging lawmakers to increase funding for public education.
If Western civilization is mired in decadence, it has less to do with orgies and overindulgence than with sterility and stagnation, conservative Catholic commentator Ross Douthat told a Baylor University crowd.
Unión Femenil Misionera of Texas held its yearly reunion apart from the Hispanic Baptist Convention in San Antonio annual meeting for the first time. However, the focus remained the same—support for missions.
Four couples were married in a recent wedding ceremony in large part because of their involvement in the Buckner Family Hope Center at Bachman Lake in Dallas.
By John Hall / Buckner International
Next month, 50 refugee families new to Houston will receive a welcome food basket, courtesy of 10 area churches.