A Baylor University student who recently traveled to China is being tested for a possible case of coronavirus.
By Lori Fogleman / Baylor University
Since 2002, Christian Women’s Job Corps of Rusk County has been reaching women with the love of Jesus while helping equip them for life and employment.
By Trennis Henderson / Woman's Missionary Union
A growing Ethiopian church, a once-thriving Anglo congregation and a start-up congregation of Millennial and Gen-X Christians share a common facility and vision for reaching their area with the gospel. And two of the three congregations share the same pastor.
By Ken Camp / Managing Editor
Lanny Hall, past president of three Texas Baptist universities, has been diagnosed with lymphoma and will begin chemotherapy at M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston on Jan. 22.
Viendo hacia atrás, Rick Vasquez se da cuenta de cómo Dios se movió a su alrededor y lo cuidó, aun cuando estuvo en peligro y pudo haber muerto.
By Isa Torres / Hispanic Beat Reporter
Student-athletes from East Texas Baptist University began the new year in Athens, Greece, serving with a ministry to refugees.
By Sydney McBride / East Texas Baptist University
The Baptist Standard announces a change to its 131-year-old subscription model and the anticipated launch of new digital products.
By Staff / Baptist Standard
Hands of Hope is a volunteer-operated ministry that teaches job skills and life skills in a Christian context to unemployed or underemployed women in the San Marcos area.
By Carolyn Tomlin
Rick Vasquez, now a pastor and evangelist, came to faith in Christ in 1994 after hearing God’s voice in his Texas prison cell while listening to a heavy metal song.
Carlos Montaño sintió el llamado de servir a Dios a temprana edad, pero no fue a algo específico al principio. Aun así, Montaño sabe que Dios ha guiado su vida y continúa llevándolo a lugares a los que él nunca imaginó.
Lois Irene Evans, wife of Tony Evans for 49 years and founder of Pastors’ Wives Ministry, died Dec. 30 of biliary cancer. She was 70.
By Jon D. Wilke / Baptist Press
Carlos Montaño felt an early calling to Christian service, but not a specific direction. Even so, he understands God has guided his life and continues leading him into places he never imagined.