A district court ruling against the Roman Catholic Diocese of Lubbock succeeded in uniting Texas Baptists’ Christian Life Commission and a Southern Baptists of Texas Convention committee—as well as the national Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission—in a call for action by the Texas Supreme Court.
By Tom Strode / Baptist Press
Baptist Student Ministries at universities in Texas transitioned from a continuous on-campus presence to an off-campus and almost entirely virtual approach. New ministries emerged.
By Isa Torres / Hispanic Beat Reporter
Some of the most generous donors to Texas Baptists’ newly created Pastor Relief Fund have been fellow Texas Baptists pastors and churches.
By Bonnie Shaw / Texas Baptist Communications
Texas Baptist churches that prepare to resume in-person worship discover a far different experience than they knew before the COVID-19 outbreak.
By Ken Camp / Managing Editor
Zachary Funderburk was disappointed to have his graduation plans interrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic. But for Funderburk and other spring graduates of Dallas Baptist University, the experience could turn out to be more memorable than expected.
By Tess Schoonhoven / Baptist Press
Texas Baptist universities have launched tentative plans to resume in-person, on-campus instruction in the fall 2020 semester, but that does not mean an immediate return to pre-COVID-19 “normal.”
Michael Evans Jr. has joined the Texas Baptist Christian Life Commission staff as director of public policy.
By Texas Baptist Communications
The Baptist Standard recently received five national awards for its work in 2019—three from the Associated Church Press and two from the Evangelical Press Association.
By Staff / Baptist Standard
Baptist Standard Publishing is participating in North Texas Giving Tuesday Now on May 5, but not by receiving donations.
Texas Baptist Men launched TBM Feeding Texans on April 28, an effort to provide 50,000 meals in the next two weeks to unemployed people across the state during the COVID-19 crisis.
By John Hall / Texas Baptist Men
As congregations plan when and how to return after suspending in-person worship services to stop the spread of COVID-19, Texas Baptist leaders suggested issues for churches to consider as they relaunch.
Baylor University students came together virtually in mid-April to praise God and pray together at FM72, a 72-hour prayer revival.