The 86th Texas Legislature passed a school finance bill that provides $6 billion in new state funding for public education—action Texas Baptist advocates for public schools applauded.
By Ken Camp / Managing Editor
Julio Carrillo wants to see Juárez—a Mexican border city known for its drug violence—transformed by God.
By Isa Torres / Hispanic Beat Reporter
The importance of service, regardless of career or calling, influences Brad Lemler’s teaching method and mission.
By Seth Rainey / Howard Payne University
For Taylor Scruggs, who lives with cerebral palsy, the walk across the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor graduation stage was a moment her family never will forget.
By James Stafford / University of Mary Hardin-Baylor
People who are hurting need hope more than anything else, and they need it right away, Albert Reyes of Buckner International believes.
University Baptist Church in Waco announced it will allow its building to be used for same-sex weddings and grant its ministerial staff freedom to perform LGBTQ marriages—a decision that could affect the church’s relationship to the Baptist General Convention of Texas.
The Baptist General Convention of Texas Executive Board voted to revise and rename an underused fund set aside to help subsidize counseling for survivors of clergy sexual abuse.
Bethany Morales and Harold Aguirre encountered challenges when they began their studies at Dallas Baptist University. But with diplomas in hand, they look back on each one as a God-given opportunity to grow and mature.
Baylor University President Linda Livingstone emphasized Baylor’s desire to “love and care” for all students, while at the same time continuing to “to make decisions consistent with our vision and our existing policies.”
Pastor Bill Murphy and members of Tye Baptist Church work with Police Chief Jay Strong on Operation Brown Bag—an initiative to provide food for children in need.
Texas Baptist Men disaster relief volunteers helped remove massive fallen pine trees from the homes of Longview residents after straight line winds swept through several neighborhoods.
The Texas House of Representatives passed a bill shielding from civil liability churches that disclose credible sexual abuse allegations, but time is short for the measure to pass the state Senate before the legislative session ends May 27.
By Diana Chandler / Baptist Press