Christians who support capital punishment shortchange God’s redemptive power, activist Shane Claiborne told a Waco crowd.
By Ken Camp / Managing Editor
Christians who worship in churches with people almost exclusively of the same race, culture and class should not be surprised when society fails to take the gospel seriously, Mark DeYmaz said.
The boards of two massive not-for-profit healthcare systems with historic Texas Baptist connections signed a letter of intent to merge. Baylor Scott & White Health and Memorial Hermann announced the planned merger Oct. 1.
Nearly four and a half centuries after the first Spanish translation of the Bible was published, an El Paso publishing house continues to advance the same goal as those 16th-century translators—to make God’s message accessible to all Spanish-speaking people.
By Isa Torres / Hispanic Beat Reporter
Texas Baptist Men volunteers committed not only to help displaced flood survivors in West Texas return to their houses, but also offer them assurance of an everlasting home.
From North Carolina to West Texas, Texas Baptist Men disaster relief volunteers continue to meet needs of families and individuals whose homes have been damaged by high winds, rising water or fallen trees.
The Baptist General Convention of Texas Executive Board approved a 2019 budget based on $1 million less than this year’s spending plan.
The Baptist Health Foundation of San Antonio awarded a $1 million grant to the Baptist General Convention of Texas to fund health initiatives for South Texas churches and their ministers.
By Kalie Lowrie / Texas Baptist Communications
A Dallas church gathered to worship—and ask “why”— just days after the inexplicable killing of 26-year-old Botham Jean in his own apartment.
By Bobby Ross Jr. / Religion News Service
After two decades when Baptist Student Ministries functioned a part of Baylor University’s student life office, the university and the Baptist General Convention of Texas relaunched BSM as a chartered on-campus student organization.
By Lori Fogleman / Baylor University
Texas Baptist Men crews left Dallas Sept. 20 on their way to North Carolina as the first wave of long-term volunteer disaster relief and recovery efforts in the wake of Hurricane Florence.
Immigration law can be to be a sensitive subject to talk about in any setting, so Iglesia Victoria en Cristo in Fort Worth decided to talk about it with God.