Volunteers from Cliff Temple Baptist Church worked with the Tenth Street Residential Association and others to clear away brush and bramble from overgrown graves in the long-neglected Black section of the segregated Oak Cliff Cemetery.
02/16/2022 - By Ken Camp / Managing Editor
Rachel and Warren Camp see God’s hand in the events that led to the creation of their family through adoption.
02/14/2022 - By Teresa Young
A federal district judge ordered the U.S. government to pay more than $230 million to survivors of the 2017 mass shooting of 26 worshipers at First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs.
02/08/2022 - By Diana Chandler / Baptist Press
Other children and youth organizations are making inroads into some Baptist congregations—territory once occupied primarily by Royal Ambassadors and Challengers programs for boys and Girls in Action and Acteens programs for young women.
02/08/2022 - By Ken Camp / Managing Editor
Katie Frugé has been named director of Texas Baptists’ Center for Cultural Engagement and the Christian Life Commission.
02/07/2022 - By Texas Baptists Communications
In his first 18 months as senior pastor at First Baptist Church in Cedar Hill, Josh Prince has baptized a 13-year-old, a man in his 80s and all ages in between.
02/07/2022 - By Bonnie Shaw / Texas Baptist Communications
Stan and Angie Burleson have made many moves throughout their marriage. But their relocation to Lesotho—a small nation in southern Africa—has been one of the most challenging yet rewarding in their life together.
02/07/2022 - By Teresa Young
Stephanie Baskin understands foster parents need the support of a loving community. She wants her church—and other congregations—to provide wraparound care for those who open their homes and hearts to children in the foster care system.
02/04/2022 - By Ken Camp / Managing Editor
After the Marshall Fire ravaged Boulder County, Colo., more than 30 Texas Baptist Men disaster relief volunteers suited up and went to work, sifting through the ashes to bring hope to survivors
02/01/2022 - By Leah Reynolds
First Baptist Church in Henderson implemented NAMB’s Who’s Your One evangelism campaign and saw growth during the COVID pandemic.
01/27/2022 - By Raquel Wroten / Baptist Press
Last year, the population of Texas Death Row fell to the lowest level since 1985, and juries in only three counties imposed death sentences, a new report reveals.
01/25/2022 - By Ken Camp / Managing Editor
The Texas rabbi who recently survived a hostage-taking at his synagogue gave the closing remarks at an online White House briefing Jan. 21, with an impassioned plea for civility and toning down heated rhetoric.
01/24/2022 - By Yonat Shimron / Religion News Service