What started as a meeting in the Hardin-Simmons University cafeteria has grown to an international partnership with multiple departments of the university.
By Grace Sosa / Hardin-Simmons University
John Delgado knows from experience that pastors who look forward help their churches prepare for the future when they no longer are on the scene.
By Isa Torres / Hispanic Beat Reporter
After a dozen years of planning, Bethlehem Baptist Church in Mansfield opened an affordable housing complex for senior adults across the street from the church campus.
By Ken Camp / Managing Editor
When Don Smith goes grocery shopping, he looks for sales. He knows senior adults at a low-income housing unit in Freer depend on the help they receive from Casa Real Housing Ministry, and he wants to make every penny count.
By Carolyn Tomlin
The inability to “move on” beyond a painful past and “let go” of resentment plagues the nation in general and churches in particular, a Tennessee pastor told African American Texas Baptists.
Cooperation, remembrance and thanksgiving emerged as key themes during the first day of the African American Fellowship Conference.
Lynsi Johnson learned much about theology and ministry from her professors at Hardin-Simmons University and Logsdon Seminary. But she has learned about life from the people she serves as a chaplain and the people she meets on the streets.
When Katrina Brown recently told Girls in Action campers at Plains Baptist Camp about her missionary experiences in Kenya, it represented both a dream come true and a homecoming.
Kids’ Club in New Braunfels not only provides academic tutoring for struggling students from a dozen elementary schools, but also meets physical and spiritual needs.
Conferencistas de la reunión anual de la Convención Bautista Hispana urgieron a las iglesias a tomar los pasos necesarios para planear por adelantado sus finanzas y así enfrentar menos limitaciones en el ministerio.
Mensajeros de la Convención Bautista Hispana de Texas se reunieron en McAllen para la reunión anual en la cual aprobaron una resolución condenando el abuso sexual como un crimen y un pecado contra Dios.
When First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs kicked off annual Vacation Bible School in early June, it looked profoundly different from two years ago.
By Joy Allmond / LifeWay Christian Resources