Texas Baptist Men donated 15,000 protective masks and assorted other supplies to be used by hospitals and first responders across the state in the midst of the growing novel coronavirus pandemic.
By John Hall / Texas Baptist Men
A clear majority of participants in a national survey about the zero-tolerance policy on the United States/Mexico border strongly opposed separating immigrant families and charging the parents as criminals, according to Baylor University research.
By Terry Goodrich / Baylor University
Baylor University’s Truett Theological Seminary, Texas Baptists’ Great Commission Team and BaptistWay Press are offering free resources to help church leaders during the ongoing COVID-19 crisis.
By Ken Camp / Managing Editor
A Baylor University student and two Baylor faculty, each who had traveled to another state, have tested positive for COVID-19 and are in self-isolation.
Glynn Stone Jr., senior pastor of Mobberly Baptist Church in Longview, died in a one-car crash March 19 in Longview.
By Diana Chandler / Baptist Press
Throughout the Bible, God demonstrates special concern for immigrants, a Guatemala-born author reminded Baylor University students.
By Isa Torres / Hispanic Beat Reporter
The Baylor Collaborative on Hunger and Poverty has joined in a national effort with the U.S. Department of Agriculture and others to deliver food boxes to students in some rural schools closed to help curb the spread of COVID-19.
By Lori Fogleman / Baylor University
Increasingly stringent public health guidelines regarding the COVID-19 outbreak not only forced Texas Baptist churches to make rapid adjustments to worship, but also to think creatively about how to minister in the weeks ahead.
Texas Baptist Men has placed all of its disaster relief volunteers and mobile kitchens on alert in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic sweeping the globe.
Family members of a longtime president of Simmons College asked Hardin-Simmons University to remove their family’s name from its buildings and to allow the remains of J.D. “Prexy” Sandefer to be relocated from the campus to “a more suitable resting place.”
Construction sounds filled the air March 12 and 13 at 11 work sites in Waco as Bounce Student Disaster Recovery volunteers worked on home repairs.
By Eric Black / Editor
Several Texas Baptist universities extended spring break by one week—at least for students in on-campus classes—due to the COVID-19 pandemic and announced plans to provide online-only classes.