Threads by Nomad, a Houston-based ministry that celebrates diversity through design, providing refugees who are skilled seamstresses and fiber artists both an avenue for cultural expression and a livelihood.
By Carolyn Tomlin
Terms like “Hispanic” or “Latino” may suggest a group of people who share a common language and culture, but leaders of Hispanic Texas Baptist churches know better.
By Isa Torres / Hispanic Beat Reporter
A Baptist pastor from Houston joined teachers and administrators at a March 11 rally on the steps of the Texas Capitol, urging lawmakers to increase funding for public education.
By Ken Camp / Managing Editor
If Western civilization is mired in decadence, it has less to do with orgies and overindulgence than with sterility and stagnation, conservative Catholic commentator Ross Douthat told a Baylor University crowd.
Unión Femenil Misionera of Texas held its yearly reunion apart from the Hispanic Baptist Convention in San Antonio annual meeting for the first time. However, the focus remained the same—support for missions.
Four couples were married in a recent wedding ceremony in large part because of their involvement in the Buckner Family Hope Center at Bachman Lake in Dallas.
By John Hall / Buckner International
Next month, 50 refugee families new to Houston will receive a welcome food basket, courtesy of 10 area churches.
Women called to ministry face many questions and obstacles. Texas Baptist Women in Ministry seeks to provide a space for women and men to work through these questions and to empower women to overcome obstacles and follow God’s call.
By Eric Black / Editor
Teenage girls and young women deal with the pressures of living up to standards set by others, but at the Shine Girls’ Conference in San Antonio, they focused on the identity Jesus called them to have.
A layman told Texas Baptist Men leaders their prayers opened doors that enabled him to document the delivery of 180 tons of soybeans to orphanages, schools and hospitals in North Korea.
Baylor University’s board of regents devoted much of its Feb. 22 meeting to discussing how the school can ensure it maintains an “unambiguously Christian educational environment.”
By Lori Fogleman / Baylor University
Elia Moreno was named co-executive director of the Texas Christian Community Development Network, serving alongside Jimmy Dorrell of Mission Waco.