As Hurricane Ike takes aim at the Texas coast, Texas Baptists have begun mobilizing to meet the needs of people who may evacuate South Texas.
By John Hall, Texas Baptist Communications
This summer, mission plans at First Baptist Church in Tyler were guided by a Starr. Sarah Starr, school librarian and former church librarian, led the church to become involved with a literacy program in the Rio Grande Valley.
By Carol Gene Graves, Literacy ConneXus
More than 100 volunteers from Templo Bautista of South Houston, First Baptist Church of South Houston, Fellowship Church of Houston and Buckner Children & Family Services of Houston sponsored a back-to-school fiesta for elementary age students in South Houston.
Jerry Bawcom has announced plans to step down as president of the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor at the end of this school year.
Texas Baptist Men disaster relief volunteers are feeding thousands of people who fled the Gulf Coast in anticipation of Hurricane Gustav, and Baptist Child & Family Services is providing shelter for evacuees with special needs.
As Gulf Coast residents prepared for the onslaught of Hurricane Gustav, Texas Baptists geared up for ministry.
The Baptist General Convention of Texas Associate Executive Director Search Committee will nominate Steve Vernon, pastor of First Baptist Church in Levelland, to serve as the convention’s associate executive director/missions coordinator.
A youth team from The Lighthouse—a Baptist church in Lake Jackson—helped a small church in England share the light of Christ’s love.
By George Henson, Staff Writer
The Texas Baptist All-State Choir and Band recently returned home after a series of concerts in Germany, including performing during the Baptist World Alliance Youth Conference in Liepzig.
A seven-member Texas Baptist Men disaster relief team is bound for the Republic of Georgia to feed people affected by the fighting there.
A statue of James Henry Wayland, founder of Wayland Baptist University was unveiled to mark the beginning of the school's centennial celebration.
More than 300 Baptists headed south to serve in the Rio Grande Valley’s colonias through KidsHeart, a collaborative mission effort.
By Analiz Gonzalez, Buckner International