Texas Tidbits: BUA offers free leadership course

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Baptist University of the Américas will offer a three-hour tuition-free college course on congregational leadership. The course is designed to help pastors and other church leaders learn theological, cultural and practical applications of church leadership from a Hispanic perspective. Classes will meet from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Mondays, beginning Aug. 24 and ending Dec. 7, in Building 3, Room 5-102, on the BUA campus in San Antonio. The class is limited to 30 students due to available seating. The only cost for students is a $25 application fee and textbooks. To apply, email admissions@bua.edu, call (210) 924-4338, ext. 229, or click here

Baylor Law School receives grant for veterans program. The State Bar of Texas awarded Baylor University a grant to support and foster the ongoing effort of the Baylor Law School Veterans’ Assistance Clinic to provide Texas military veterans free legal counsel. The $2,150 grant will provide technology equipment for the program to assist veterans. Baylor Law holds clinics monthly at the Veterans One Stop Center in downtown Waco. The clinics allow veterans who face legal issues the opportunity to meet with both a Baylor Law student and volunteer attorney for advice. 


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