A Waco Baptist layman and his family are coordinating a multi-state effort involving multiple Christian groups to provide food and hygiene supplies at the request of Cuban Baptists.
By Ken Camp / Managing Editor
Fond memories of a major event Segunda Iglesia Bautista in San Angelo once celebrated had been lost. Because of its difficult history, recollections of the event had been as buried as the time capsule that contained mementos of better days.
By Isa Torres / Hispanic Beat Reporter
Christian ethicist and theologian Myles Werntz has been named founding director of the Baptist Studies Center in Abilene Christian University’s Graduate School of Theology.
By Staff / Baptist Standard
Ralph Douglas West, pastor of The Church Without Walls, and Steve Wells, pastor of South Main Baptist Church, were among the ministers who spoke at the June 9 Houston funeral of George West.
By Diana Chandler / Baptist Press
Leaders of the African American Fellowship of Texas voiced support for nonviolent protests against racially motivated police brutality. Presidents of some Texas Baptist universities also issued statements pledging no-tolerance policies regarding racism.
Pastor Troy Strickland never expected his first experience guiding a church through the process of seeking and calling a youth minister would be without any face-to-face interviews or in-person voting. But Strickland never anticipated ministry in the midst of a global pandemic.
A Technology in Ministry class at Stark College took on a project—helping Segunda Iglesia Bautista in Corpus Christi start webcasting Sunday worship services.
Go Now Missions has adapted its approach to college student missions to keep its students safe as they share the gospel this summer.
By Bonnie Shaw / Texas Baptist Communications
Jason Burden, pastor of First Baptist Church in Nederland and incumbent first vice president of the Baptist General Convention of Texas, will be nominated for president of the convention.
The death of George Floyd while in police custody and the outrage it sparked across the nation prompted Texas Baptists to use social media to express their pain and call for justice, peace and prayer.
A prayer request for Mexican pastors who face economic hardship as a result of the COVID-19 crisis led to a partnership between the Baptist General Convention of Texas and Baptist associations and conventions internationally.
By Kalie Lowrie / Texas Baptist Communications
Like any mother, Cameron Mason Vickrey wants the best for her three young children. But when it comes to education, she rejects the idea they should benefit at the expense of others.