Texas Baptist leaders uniformly expressed grief and pledged prayer after a mass shooting in El Paso.
By Ken Camp / Managing Editor
In the hours immediately after a mass shooting, Texas Baptist Men mobilized volunteers to serve first responders, help at the family reunification center and meet other needs.
One day after a mass shooting in their city that claimed 20 lives and injured another 26 people, Baptists from El Paso churches met together to pray at First Baptist Church.
By Kalie Lowrie / Texas Baptist Communications
As ministry coordinator at Burning Hope and supervisor of the SOUL—Sharing Our Unconditional Love—Soup Kitchen, Anita Parrish provides food for people experiencing hardships in Trinity.
By Carolyn Tomlin
Texas Baptist Men disaster relief volunteers were asked to serve first responders and families affected by a mass shooting at an El Paso shopping center.
As churches in the lower Rio Grande Valley recover from devastating floods, neighboring congregations and Baptists around the state continue to respond to their needs.
In a state where the majority of students in public schools are Hispanic and where Hispanics are projected to outnumber Anglos in the general population within the next three years, Texas Baptist universities are preparing for change.
By Isa Torres / Hispanic Beat Reporter
Missionaries with Texas Baptists’ River Ministry are at work along the Texas/Mexico border, partnering with churches and organizations to meet the needs of immigrants, deportees, refugees and asylum seekers.
A woman has sued The Village Church in North Texas for more than $1 million, alleging she was sexually assaulted at age 11 in 2012 by Matthew Tonne, whom the church employed as a minister and counselor.
By Diana Chandler / Baptist Press
When Border Patrol personnel asked Shon Young to mobilize Del Rio-area churches and others to meet the needs of immigrant families, he saw it as the opportunity to take the next step in a pilgrimage of obedience—walking through a door God opened.
Jeremy Everett believes a divided nation can find common ground in a battle to eliminate chronic hunger.
John Delgado sabe por experiencia que aquellos pastores quienes miran al futuro también ayudan a sus iglesias a prepararse para cuando ellos ya no estén ahí.