When people must isolate themselves, issues that could be managed previously rise to the surface, Christian licensed professional counselor Olga Harris said.
By Isa Torres / Hispanic Beat Reporter
Hendrick Health System signed agreements to purchase Abilene Regional Medical Center and Brownwood Regional Medical Center from affiliates of Community Health Systems.
By Staff / Baptist Standard
Texas Baptists will host “Relaunch: Solutions for reopening your church facility,” an online video panel discussion at 10 a.m. April 29.
By Texas Baptist Communications
As churches that suspended public gatherings due to the COVID-19 pandemic consider reopening their buildings, some Texas Baptists with extensive experience in church facilities offer recommendations for congregations to keep in mind.
By Ken Camp / Managing Editor
National and statewide anti-gambling organizations have urged Texas Gov. Greg Abbott to suspend the sale of lottery tickets for 30 days in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting economic turmoil.
Stay-at-home restrictions mean far fewer Americans will gather for the National Day of Prayer on May 7 than in past years. But a Central Texas minister hopes Texas Baptist churches will use social media to encourage participation in guided prayer throughout the day.
TBM volunteers offered help, hope and healing to Onalaska, a town of 2,800 in southern East Texas, after an EF-3 tornado destroyed 46 homes and damaged another 291.
By John Hall / Texas Baptist Men
Lubbock Impact—a multi-faceted community ministry—served more than 98,000 meals in its soup kitchen during its first decade. And in spite of restrictions due to COVID-19, the ministry has found new ways to show Christ’s love to its community.
By Carolyn Tomlin
Christian Family Baptist Church in San Antonio is the first recipient of a grant from Texas Baptist Men to help Texas churches that have seen a drastic rise in the need for food distribution during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A group of concerned Hardin-Simmons University alumni, donors and others wants to eliminate mandated Baptist General Convention of Texas representation on the board of trustees.
Many Texas Baptists know their churches’ Cooperative Program gifts help support Christian higher education institutions around the state, but how much money do schools receive? How is the level of support determined?
Ask Provost Chris McNair about the future of Hardin-Simmons University, and he often returns to the theme of balance.