Texas Baptist Men placed all its disaster relief volunteers on standby and Buckner International ministries evacuated personnel and clients from Beaumont in preparation for Hurricane Laura.
08/26/2020 - By Staff / Baptist Standard
More than six months after Hardin-Simmons University trustees voted to close Logsdon Seminary, top university administrators and several trustees met with two representatives of the Save Hardin-Simmons group.
08/25/2020 - By Ken Camp / Managing Editor
Fielder Church determined it would celebrate differences and seek to become a congregation where no ethnic or cultural group represents more than 50 percent of the multigenerational church family.
08/21/2020 - By Ken Camp / Managing Editor
Church-based English-as-a-Second-Language ministries don’t have to end because of the COVID-19 pandemic, but they must adapt and remain flexible, a statewide literacy ministry leader insists.
Ministering to internationals is nothing new for First Baptist Church in Amarillo. In fact, the current ministry’s early roots date back to soon after World War II and the Korean War.
08/19/2020 - By Trennis Henderson / Woman's Missionary Union
Texas Baptist Men disaster relief volunteers completed work in the Rio Grande Valley after Hurricane Hanna, responded rapidly when a summer storm damaged trees in North Texas and stood ready to serve after 112 mph winds hit the Midwest.
08/19/2020 - By Ken Camp / Managing Editor
Texas Baptist chaplains remain hard at work in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Bedside conversations have been replaced by phone calls, but the gospel message remains the same.
08/18/2020 - By Bonnie Shaw / Texas Baptist Communications
Robert Ellis, who learned earlier this year the seminary where he was dean would close, recently found out his peers at Hardin-Simmons University named him Faculty Member of the Year.
08/18/2020 - By Ken Camp / Managing Editor
Working with multiple partners, a small-membership Hispanic church in Brownsville is providing food to hundreds of vulnerable families and individuals each week during the COVID-19 pandemic.
08/17/2020 - By Ken Camp / Managing Editor
Exams for students may be several weeks away, but the time of testing for schools began much earlier, according to Houston pastor who serves on his local school board.
08/12/2020 - By Ken Camp / Managing Editor
Deanna Harrison knows the pain ministers and their families face after being fired by a church. She and her husband learned the hard way.
08/11/2020 - By Ken Camp / Managing Editor
Crestview Baptist Church in Georgetown enjoys some distinctive advantages in terms of facilities and resources that have helped it thrive during a global pandemic. But Pastor Dan Wooldridge believes its greatest assets are creativity and commitment.
08/10/2020 - By Ken Camp / Managing Editor