Texas Baptist Men disaster relief crews are responding to two hurricanes in the Southeast, and officials with the missions organization are asking additional trained volunteers to serve.
By Ken Camp / Managing Editor
To improve Hardin-Simmons University’s financial stability in light of “evaporating” external revenue, trustees approved closing four Logsdon Seminary extension campuses and made programmatic and personnel cuts in other areas.
Hardin-Simmons University is living up to its founding vision—showing the love of Christ—by instituting a full tuition scholarship program for qualified self-sustaining students who lack parental support
By Grace Mitchell / Hardin-Simmons University
Baptists can cooperate in helping train and equip church leaders around the globe without agreeing at all points, speakers told a pastors’ missions consortium.
While Texas Baptist Men continued to provide disaster relief in North Carolina and Sonora, leaders of the missions organization alerted volunteers to be ready for possible deployment to Florida.
For the past three years, John Garland has provided aid and comfort in Jesus’ name to asylum seekers eking through the U.S. immigration system.
By Marv Knox / Fellowship Southwest
Después de que la primera Biblia traducida al español se publicó hace 450 años, ahora en El Paso está casa de publicaciones que continua con esa visión que tuvieron los traductores del siglo XVI—facilitar el mensaje de Dios a los hispanohablantes.
By Isa Torres / Hispanic Beat Reporter
Aaron Sanchez, a student at Baptist University of the Américas, was given startling medical news last summer. He was diagnosed with an autoimmune disease and told his spine eventually would collapse.
By Jaclyn Bonner / Baptist University of the Américas
“When are you going to leave? Everyone I love leaves.” Elise Kaufman’s heart broke when she heard a young boy ask her when she was going to move away. In his world, nothing good lasted long.
By Eric Black / Editor
Becky Ellison listened to Ginger tell her story for two hours. At one point, Ellison asked, “What do you want tomorrow to look like?” “So not like today,” Ginger replied.
Blake Pate, a senior at Dallas Baptist University spent his summer learning at a campus far from home, working as an intern at Yale School of Medicine.
By Helen Schlenker / Dallas Baptist University
Effective Christian community development not only requires compassion, but also demands cultural humility and creativity, speakers told the No Need Among You Conference.