Jeremy Everett believes a divided nation can find common ground in a battle to eliminate chronic hunger.
By Ken Camp / Managing Editor
John Delgado sabe por experiencia que aquellos pastores quienes miran al futuro también ayudan a sus iglesias a prepararse para cuando ellos ya no estén ahí.
By Isa Torres / Hispanic Beat Reporter
At least 10 Baptists endorsed an interfaith statement urging the Texas Department of Criminal Justice to reconsider a policy that bars chaplains from the execution chamber.
At its July meeting, Baylor University’s board of regents celebrated the university’s largest annual fundraising year in its 174-year history, receiving $243 million in gifts and pledges.
By Lori Fogleman / Baylor University
Pastor Ricardo Brambila of Primera Iglesia Bautista in Dallas encourages members of his century-old congregation to “think outside the box” to reach their community.
By Carolyn Tomlin
Two people of faith—but not necessarily the same faith—who hold drastically different political opinions talked for 40 minutes in a Dallas Baptist University recording studio. In the process, they discovered more common ground than they expected.
What started as a meeting in the Hardin-Simmons University cafeteria has grown to an international partnership with multiple departments of the 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.
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.
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.
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.