Sheepdog Defense Group trains volunteers in first aid, threat assessment, de-escalation techniques, using a gun and tactical skills, such as clearing rooms during an active shooting.
By Jake Bleiberg / Associated Press
En un estado donde la mayoría de estudiantes en escuelas públicas son hispanos y donde los hispanos están proyectados a sobrepasar a los anglos en población general en los próximos tres años, universidades bautistas en Texas se preparan para ese cambio.
By Isa Torres / Hispanic Beat Reporter
With four generations of Hardin-Simmons University graduates in her family, Mandy Cunningham has many tales to tell about the school—from dorm shenanigans to love stories.
By Grace Sosa / Hardin-Simmons University
Two years after Hurricane Harvey, Coastal Bend communities and the churches that serve them continue to adjust to what they call the “new normal.”
By Ken Camp / Managing Editor
After working for Radio Shack 25 years, when the company closed about 1,500 of its stores, Sherry Roe was without a job. But she understands that when one door closes, God can open another one.
By Carolyn Tomlin
Conferencistas les recordaron a los adultos mayores de lo mucho que aún tienen por ofrecer para el reino de Dios en el Campamento Hispano Maranatha para Adultos Mayores.
Besides its top-ranked food, what sets Taste Community Restaurant in Fort Worth apart is that it’s a nonprofit, pay-what-you-can, faith-based endeavor.
By Sarah Angle / Religion News Service
Senior adults still have much to contribute to the kingdom of God, speakers reminded participants at Campamento Hispano Maranatha Para Adultos Mayores.
This summer, 32,596 boxes of food were delivered to students in selected rural counties throughout Texas who participated in the Meals to You pilot program, spearheaded by the Texas Hunger Initiative at Baylor University.
Bounce has become known for providing students an avenue to help areas hit by devastating natural disasters. Recently, Texas Baptists’ ministry of junior high, high school and college-aged students expanded to provide support to budding churches as well.
By Texas Baptist Communications
When the staff at the Women’s Health Specialists of Dallas began planning their next office event, they wanted it to be meaningful. So, they contacted Leonid Regheta, director of the Project:Start refugee resource center.
To meet urgent global needs—including those of Syrian refugee children and immigrants along the Texas/Mexico border—the Christian Life Commission approved $49,000 in care grants from the Texas Baptist Hunger Offering.