Families whose relatives are housed inside Huntsville’s prisons find a warm welcome at a large house a few blocks from the Walls Unit. Debra McCammon recently marked her 10th anniversary as the executive director of the Hospitality House.
By Bonnie Shaw / Texas Baptist Communications
Bible teacher Beth Moore and a Corpus Christi layman who testified to God’s sustaining grace through personal tragedy were among the Baptist Standard’s top newsmakers in 2019.
By Ken Camp / Managing Editor
Editor Eric Black describes the most-read opinion articles and topics published in the Baptist Standard during 2019.
By Eric Black / Editor
South Texas Children’s Home Ministries is among the foster care providers affected by a federal judge’s order requiring group homes to provide 24-hour-awake supervision of children under the state’s permanent managing conservatorship.
Members of First Baptist Church of Charlotte in South Texas joined other representatives of Frio River Baptist Association’s Operation Christian Love for the dedication of a soup kitchen in Piedras Negras.
By Jeff S. Bray
TBM volunteers are serving meals three times a day to homeless people who relocated to a 5-acre plot of land after Austin removed tent cities from beneath overpasses in the city.
By John Hall / Texas Baptist Men
Baylor University announced Dec. 11 one of its two American black bear mascots, Lady, has been undergoing radiation therapy for a benign tumor in her chest.
By Lori Fogleman / Baylor University
From local projects like building houses to international trips through Go Now Missions, Hardin-Simmons University offers students multiple opportunities to serve and make a difference in Christ’s name.
By Grace Sosa / Hardin-Simmons University
José Altuve, second baseman of the Houston Astros, took some time out of his off-season to pay a surprise visit to a special fan at the Buckner Parkway Place senior living community.
By Buckner International Staff
When an explosion at a chemical plant in Port Neches forced the evacuation of nearby homes, First Baptist Church in Nederland provided its facility as a shelter from 2 a.m. to 5 p.m. the day before Thanksgiving.
More than six decades after its creation, the Panhandle Baptist Foundation has ceased operations, but not before fulfilling the vision of its founder—dedicating $1 million to missions causes.
Jonathan McComb lost his wife and two children to floodwaters nearly four and a half years ago, but he did not lose his faith.