Nebiye Kelile, pastor of Pathway Church and Orchard Hills Baptist Church in Garland, will be nominated for second vice president of the Baptist General Convention of Texas.
By Ken Camp / Managing Editor
Mister Rogers has been at Sugar Creek Baptist Church in Sugar Land, teaching young children how important it is to wear masks during the COVID-19 pandemic. At least that’s the character Children’s Pastor Jeff Land has portrayed on video messages.
By Diana Chandler / Baptist Press
Trustees of Buckner International unanimously approved a statement repudiating “racism, injustice and racial inequality” and pledging to ensure the organization’s racial diversity.
By Scott Collins / Buckner International
In the midst of the continuing COVID-19 pandemic, leaders of Pastors for Texas Children, including several Texas Baptist ministers, have asked the Texas Education Agency to offer schools clear health and safety guidelines.
Jordan Villanueva, pastor of Indian Hills Baptist Church in Grand Prairie, will be nominated for second vice president of the Baptist General Convention of Texas.
Nearly half of Texas Baptist pastors who responded to a recent statewide pastor health survey don’t get enough sleep, four out of 10 have high blood pressure, and one out of 10 has experienced a heart attack, stroke or other cardiac event.
By Kalie Lowrie / Texas Baptist Communications
Baylor University named a 26-member commission to study the school’s historical links to slavery and racial injustice, and it set a Dec. 20 deadline for the group to present its final report to Baylor’s board of regents.
The Baptist Standard is now available via the Apple and Android app stores. Thanks to the generosity of donors, the app is available at no cost.
By Staff / Baptist Standard
Texas Baptists will join with 16 other Baptist state conventions Aug. 1 to host the Resourcing Worship Virtual Conference, online training for church leaders involved in worship ministry.
By Texas Baptist Communications
Julio Guarneri, lead pastor of Calvary Baptist Church in McAllen, will be nominated for first vice president of the Baptist General Convention of Texas.
Bounce Back Home Day of Service offered students the opportunity to serve without the risk of travel. It also taught them missional living can happen in their own neighborhoods, not just in faraway place.
By Bonnie Shaw / Texas Baptist Communications
A minor technicality in the way her father spelled his name—as opposed to the way the U.S. Army thought he should spell it—was the catalyst that prompted Adrienne Evans-Quickley to join the military.
By Christi Mays / UMHB Life