The Asociación Bautista Latino Americana knows its efforts now can prepare Houston-area churches for better outcomes later.
By Isa Torres / Hispanic Beat Reporter
A former pastoral staff member at Houston’s First Baptist Church has admitted to embezzling more than $800,000 from the congregation, according to media reports.
By David Roach / Baptist Press
A political civil war has raged in the Tarrant County GOP for months, pitting Republicans who see the need for diversity in the party against those who see any follower of Islam as a soldier in a “stealth jihad.”
By Bobby Ross Jr. / Religion News Service
One of the newest professors at Baylor University’s Truett Theological Seminary hopes to add to the diversity of voices at the Texas Baptist school and make an impact on ministry to Texas’ growing Hispanic population.
A 10-week internship with the Christian human rights organization 21Wilberforce fueled a Howard Payne University student’s passion for advocacy and commitment to religious freedom.
By Seth Rainey / Howard Payne University
Nearly two months after Hurricane Michael made landfall, Texas Baptist Men chainsaw crews, emergency food-service workers, heavy equipment operators and other volunteers continue to offer disaster relief in the Florida Panhandle.
By Ken Camp / Managing Editor
Cooperation can be a catalyst for change and a powerful tool for community ministry, and everyone involved in the birth of The Church at Junius Heights can bear witness to it.
By Kirsten McKimmey / Texas Baptist Communications
More than 100 Christians gathered for a Border Summit Nov. 17 in Matamoros, Mexico, to discuss the importance of ministry along the Texas/Mexico border.
By Kalie Lowrie / Texas Baptist Communications
Jesus fed hungry multitudes, and a South Dallas church believes it should do no less. New El Bethel Baptist Church in Dallas launched Feed 5,000 about 11 years ago to provide food to homeless people.
With construction slated for I-35 through Waco, Church Under the Bridge will need a temporary new home. Chip and Joanna Gaines have offered the lawn of Magnolia Market.
This Thanksgiving, in many ministry families, the pastor at the table will be expected to say grace. But in the Crosby and Curry families, they may have to play “Rock, Paper, Scissors” to decide which pastor will pray.
By Eric Black / Editor
Throughout American history, two versions of Christianity have competed for the loyalty of believers—slaveholder religion and the freedom church, author Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove told a Dallas audience.