Buckner Children & Family Services will affiliate with the Oklahoma-based Dillon International child placement agency effective Jan. 1, dramatically increasing Buckner’s capability to offer international adoption services.
Patrick Moses has a long commute from his home in Mansfield to his job with Homeland Security in Washington, D.C. But that hasn’t stopped Moses from starting and growing Antioch Baptist Church.
By Sue Poss, Associated Baptist Press
This deer season, hunters are taking aim at hunger and helping a Brownwood ministry save quite a few bucks.
By John Hall, Texas Baptist Communications
First Baptist Church of Galveston is giving away clothes, house supplies, toys, food and furniture at its "Grace Mart" to people affected by Hurricane Ike.
Three teams of Dallas Baptist University students and staff used their fall break to served in Houston, rural Louisiana and South Korea.
By John Turnage, Dallas Baptist University
Redeemer Community Church in Katy went outside its walls one Sunday morning to help people in Galveston who no longer had walls.
By George Henson, Staff Writer, Baptist Standard
About 100 people stood outside First Baptist Church of Dallas Nov. 9 to protest a sermon publicized on the church marquee with the title, “Why gay is not OK.”
By Bob Allen, Associated Baptist Press
Randel Everett’s greatest fear is that Texas Baptists will miss out on their “kingdom assignment” from God.
By Staff, Baptist Standard
The Texas Baptist Missions Foundation recognized the work and ministry of three missions leaders—Paul Powell, Chris Simmons and Joe T. Lenamon—during a luncheon at the Baptist General Convention of Texas annual meeting.
By Blake Killingsworth, Dallas Baptist University
The 2008 Texas Baptist Ministry Awards sponsored by Baylor University and the Baptist Standard honored a long-tenured small-church pastor, a pioneer in ministry to the mentally disabled and a leader in teaching English to adults.
When it comes to worship, too many Christians resemble neutrinos—subatomic particles that can pass through matter without being affected, a workshop leader told a Texas Baptist group.
By Ken Camp, Managing Editor
The call to engage in missions is not a distinctively Baptist belief, but devotion to Baptist principles should produce a commitment to missions, ethics professor Bill Tillman told a Texas Baptist workshop.
By Carrie Joynton, Texas Baptist Communications