A layman told Texas Baptist Men leaders their prayers opened doors that enabled him to document the delivery of 180 tons of soybeans to orphanages, schools and hospitals in North Korea.
By Ken Camp / Managing Editor
Baylor University’s board of regents devoted much of its Feb. 22 meeting to discussing how the school can ensure it maintains an “unambiguously Christian educational environment.”
By Lori Fogleman / Baylor University
Elia Moreno was named co-executive director of the Texas Christian Community Development Network, serving alongside Jimmy Dorrell of Mission Waco.
By Isa Torres / Hispanic Beat Reporter
Even a brief conversation with Kylah Clark-Goff, dean of Howard Payne University’s School of Education, reveals her passion for learning and serving Christ.
By Seth Rainey / Howard Payne University
Comforter Christian Center International serves people who live on the streets—veterans, recently released ex-offenders, single mothers, teens who have aged out of foster care and others who are homeless or living on the edge of survival.
By Carolyn Tomlin
Women are more likely than men to believe the Bible is literally true, but a recent Baylor University study finds this may have more to do with how people relate to God than it does gender.
By Terry Goodrich / Baylor University
The BGCT Executive Board unanimously voted to renew its partnership with a national organization that helps churches reduce the risk of sexual abuse.
An East Texas pastor’s wife launched a community ministry to recover and repurpose food that otherwise would have gone to waste.
Like the Old Testament patriarch Joseph who was able to meet the needs of his brothers after he rose to a position of responsibility in a foreign land, Pastor Carlos Navarro of Brownsville helps minister to the needs of fellow immigrants from Central America.
Rebecca Jowers wants young women who have been victimized by human sex traffickers to view themselves the way God sees them—as his precious creation.
Texas Baptists respond after an investigative report revealed about 380 ministers and volunteers in Southern Baptist churches sexually abused more than 700 people in 20 years.
Public worship that fails to include lament leads to spiritual stagnation and spiritually anemic believers, an Old Testament scholar told a crowd at Baylor University’s Truett Theological Seminary.