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Obituaries: Lewis Zailer, Paul McClung, Rudy Camacho

Deaths of Lewis Zailer, 84; Paul McClung, 89; and Rudy Camacho, 79.

       
One Texas household in six struggles to avoid hunger

One Texas household in six struggles to avoid hunger

Texas has a higher percentage of food-insecure households than the national average and ranks second in the nation in terms of total households struggling to avoid hunger, according to a new report from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

       
Texas teen heals from anger

Texas teen heals from anger & abuse after turning to Christ

Seventeen-year-old Justin Spencer was with a missions team from Magnolia Creek Baptist Church in League City when an unexpected thing happened. Standing on the front porch of a house in Chalmettte, La., listening as his teammate Hailey presented the gospel, his heart quickened.

       
Texas Tidbits: RA campers fight hunger

Texas Tidbits: RA campers fight hunger

More than 140 boys and young men attending Royal Ambassadors/Challengers camp at Latham Springs Baptist Camp filled food packets with vitamins, protein and vegetables to provide 10,000 meals for hungry people.

       
Support the Baptist Standard on North Texas Giving Day

Sept. 17 giving day to benefit Baptist Standard Publishing

The Baptist Standard is participating in North Texas Giving Day. On Sept. 17, every donation of $25 and above will be multiplied when donors contribute to the Standard through www.NorthTexasGivingDay.org.

       
TBM volunteers provide disaster relief in Midwest

TBM volunteers provide disaster relief in Midwest

Texas Baptist Men disaster relief volunteers served throughout August in the storm-damaged and flood-ravaged Midwest.

       
Philadelphia lawyers to investigate Baylor’s response to sexual assault

Philadelphia lawyers to investigate Baylor’s response to sexual assault

UPDATED: Baylor University hired a Philadelphia law firm to conduct an independent external investigation of how the school handled a football player’s sexual assault of a female student-athlete.

       
Some Texas pastors want tax dollars for church schools

Some pastors want tax dollars for church schools, others advocate public education

Updated: One way to fix the troubled public-school system in Texas is making education funds available to church-based private schools, a group of pastors including Ed Young of Second Baptist Church in Houston and Robert Jeffress of First Baptist Church in Dallas claimed in a brief to the Supreme Court of Texas.

       
Maciel nominee for BGCT president

Maciel nominee for BGCT president

René Maciel, president of Baptist University of the Américas, will be nominated for president of the Baptist General Convention of Texas.

       
Texas Tidbits: Barnett named VP for Buckner Children and Family Services.

Texas Tidbits: Barnett named VP for Buckner Children and Family Services.

Brad Barnett has been named senior vice president of Buckner Children and Family Services, effective Sept. 1.

       
External counsel to investigate sexual violence at Baylor

External counsel to investigate sexual violence at Baylor

Baylor University will hire “outside counsel to investigate thoroughly” sexual violence on the Waco campus and create a staff position to provide “oversight of all student-athlete behavior,” Baylor President Ken Starr announced Aug. 28.

       

Obituaries: Bridges, Bailey, Coulter

Cotton Bridges, 84, a longtime leader in Texas Baptist Men, died Aug. 11 in Frisco. Bill Bailey Jr., 86, a former trustee and regent at Baylor University, died Aug. 19 in Waco. Brett Coulter, 61, director of the engineering science program at HPU, died Aug. 23 in Brownwood.

       
Buckner makes going back to school easier for vulnerable children

Buckner makes going back to school easier for vulnerable children

Vulnerable children found going back to school easier this fall, thanks to Buckner International efforts across Texas.

       
Gracewood to sell southwest Houston campus after floods

Gracewood to sell southwest Houston campus after floods

Gracewood, a Children at Heart Ministries residential program for single mothers and children, will sell its southwest Houston campus that flooded Memorial Day weekend.

       
ETBU students learn introductory lesson in service

ETBU students learn introductory lesson in service

Before they attended their first class, incoming students at East Texas Baptist University in Marshall learned a lesson about service by working on community service projects as part of the school’s Welcome Week activities and its ongoing ETBU Cares initiative.

       
 
 
 
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