A visual artist cited the work of a reclusive 19th century New England poet and a 20th century marine biologist to connect culture care to creation care.
By Ken Camp / Managing Editor
Hardin-Simmons University is closing its Logsdon Seminary extension in Corpus Christi, but the South Texas School of Christian Studies will continue to offer courses to prepare students for ministry.
The Bible speaks both of the created world and of humankind as “the works of God’s hands,” and people should recognize their kinship to the land, Old Testament scholar Ellen Davis told a Baylor University symposium on stewardship of creation.
Human choices and actions—not “acts of God”—typically turn natural events into disasters, Christian geophysicist Bob White told a Stewardship of Creation symposium at Baylor University.
When the Colorado River overflowed its banks flooding hundreds of homes, area Baptist churches overflowed with compassion for their hurting neighbors, providing disaster relief with the support of Texas Baptist Men.
La Convención Hispana Bautista de Texas recibió una donación de Lilly Endowment para lanzar Conexión, una iniciativa pastoral que ayudará a los ministros que están en transición o quienes están en circunstancias inusuales.
By Isa Torres / Hispanic Beat Reporter
Texas ranked second only to California among all states in terms of refugee resettlement last year, and a Dallas-based ministry wants to provide refugees with hope.
By Carolyn Tomlin
The Hispanic Baptist Convention of Texas received a grant from the Lilly Endowment to launch its Conexión Pastors Initiative to assist ministers who are in transition or facing unusual circumstances.
Sam Brownback served in the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate and as governor of Kansas, but he told a Dallas Baptist University audience he considers advocating for international religious freedom his most important life’s work.
Texas Baptist Men disaster relief crews are responding to two hurricanes in the Southeast, and officials with the missions organization are asking additional trained volunteers to serve.
To improve Hardin-Simmons University’s financial stability in light of “evaporating” external revenue, trustees approved closing four Logsdon Seminary extension campuses and made programmatic and personnel cuts in other areas.
Hardin-Simmons University is living up to its founding vision—showing the love of Christ—by instituting a full tuition scholarship program for qualified self-sustaining students who lack parental support
By Grace Mitchell / Hardin-Simmons University