• Dan Brunson to First Church in Lolita as youth/education minister.
By Staff, Baptist Standard
Pastor David Lowrie of First Baptist Church in Canyon will be nominated again for BGCT president at the 2008 annual meeting in Fort Worth.
• See also: Bobby Broyles to be nominated for vice-president
By Ken Camp, Managing Editor, Baptist Standard
Dallas Baptist University will hold its second annual childhood ministry summit Aug. 15-16.
Howard Payne University will host the “¡Sigues Tú!” retreat, a special event for Hispanic middle school students, July 25-26.
A Christian leader from Myanmar (Burma) told a missions conference in Dallas July 11 that despite the sobering reality of disaster, poverty and oppression, the gospel of Jesus Christ is changing people's lives in his country.
By Staff, The Baptist Standard
The Mothers of Preschoolers program at the Buckner Vickery Wellness Center in Dallas helps mothers of young children weather the upheavals of cancer and it's effects.
By Analiz GonzÃ¡lez, Buckner International
Due to the generosity of community volunteers, Breckenridge Village of Tyler residents now are able to fish in a fully stocked pond, surrounded by a safety fence, as well as relax near the pond in a covered rest area.
By Ashley Skrobarcek, Baptist Child & Family Services
Del Rio’s Right Choices for Life program holds family fun days as a venue for students to make positive decisions and abstain from at-risk behavior. (BCFS photo)
By Haley Smith, Baptist Child & Family Services
Veteran Baylor University professor and administrator Randall O’Brien has been named as the next president of Carson-Newman College, a Baptist school in Jefferson City, Tenn.
A pistol-packing men's group at Colonial Hill Baptist Church of Snyder meets to practice their gun-handling skills and be challenged by Scripture.
By Kaitlin Chapman, Communications Intern
The multicultural ministry at Redwood Baptist Church in San Marcos draws Anglos, Hispanics, African-Americans and people with special needs as well as the homeless and the hungry to worship .
By Carrie Joynton, Communications Intern
A Texas Baptist Men disaster relief team left home July 5 to serve in the wake of flooding in Iowa. More volunteers will join them soon, and additional manpower may be needed.
By John Hall, Texas Baptist Communications