Texas Baptists’ African-American Fellowship honored the legacy of James W. Culp at the 25th anniversary banquet named in his honor.
By Kirsten McKimmey / Texas Baptist Communications
Jesus provided a model for his followers by using the resources his disciples offered to meet needs, Baptist World Alliance General Secretary Elijah Brown told guests at the 2018 Texas Baptist Hunger Offering Family Luncheon.
By Ken Camp / Managing Editor
Texas Baptists elected by acclamation pastors from North Texas, Southeast Texas and the South Plains as Baptist General Convention of Texas officers.
Ministers in Nazi Germany enabled the Holocaust not because they abandoned professional ethics and moral codes but because they redefined them, a Truett Theological Seminary student concluded after her time at Auschwitz.
The San Marcos Baptist Academy board of trustees named Brian Guenther as the school’s president, effective Aug. 1.
By Shelley Henry / San Marcos Baptist Academy
David and Claudie Maxine King learned the importance of intercessory prayer firsthand during their 30 years as Baptist missionaries. Now they want to involve other Christians in praying for first responders who serve in harm’s way for the common good.
Kyle Henderson, pastor of First Baptist Church in Athens, believed his congregation needed to look more like its community and more like the kingdom of God.
By Isa Torres / Hispanic Beat Reporter
Religious leaders and community organizers from throughout Central Texas met at Baylor University’s Diana R. Garland School of Social Work to begin building a network of support for families affected negatively by U.S. immigration policies.
By Diana R. Garland School of Social Work / Staff
Baylor University President Linda Livingstone responded to charges former Athletic Director Ian McCaw made in a deposition by voicing confidence in the Pepper Hamilton investigation into sexual violence at the university.
Trapped in an unhealthy relationship, LaCheryal Royal didn’t know what to do. If she left, she didn’t know where she and her two young boys would live. She didn’t know how she could support the family. She just knew she had to do something.
By John Hall / Buckner International
Texas executed Christopher Young July 17 for the fatal shooting of a San Antonio convenience store owner over the objections of numerous religious leaders and even the son of the man he killed.
For anyone who ever took a survey after a medical appointment and wondered whether the effort was worthwhile, the answer probably is “no,” says a Baylor University psychologist and researcher.
By Terry Goodrich / Baylor University