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Volunteer finds healing in helping others

After suffering a neck injury, Marion Thomas thought she had nothing left to give.  Two years later and pain-free as the congregation’s administrator, Thomas coordinates one of the largest hunger ministries in South Central Texas, providing food for more than 35,000 people this year.
       

Mesquite congregation does a ‘180’

Jesus moved through crowds of people, building relationships and changing lives. Two millennia later, Grand View Baptist Church in Mesquite continues following that model.
       

Baptist Community Services to deliver 1,400 Texas Hope 2010 CDs

Baptist Community Services in Amarillo is sharing the hope of Christ with its residents and employees one compact disc at a time.
       

Wilshire team ministers to incarcerated girls in North Africa

A team from Wilshire Baptist Church in Dallas traveled to a predominantly Muslim country in North Africa to investigate future ministry possibilities—and show Christ’s love to a group of incarcerated young girls whose primary crime was a desire to eat.
       

Who are Texas Baptists?

A statistical profile developed offers a revealing look at how the composition of the BGCT has changed.
       

Hurricane relief leads to Church2Church Partnerships network

Whenever a disaster strikes a church or individual, restoring order is an enormous task when done alone. That’s why Texas Baptists are establishing Church2Church Partnerships to bring hope and help to people and congregations caught in a disaster by connecting them to churches able to offer restoration.
       

Texas Baptist chaplains offer solace in the wake of Fort Hood tragedy

In the wake of tragedy at  a mammoth Central Texas military post, Texas Baptists are helping people find comfort in Christ. Four chaplains endorsed by the Baptist General Convention of Texas are ministering directly to victims of the Nov. 5 shooting at Fort Hood that left 13 dead and 29 wounded.
       

Chaplains at Fort Hood mobilize after tragic shooting

About a dozen Southern Baptist chaplains stationed at Fort Hood in central Texas began ministering in the aftermath of a shooting on post Nov. 5 that left 13 people dead and 30 wounded.
       

Sharing hope behind walls of Huntsville prison

Chaplain Larry Hart prays for a man during an altar call at a Huntsville Unit chapel service. THe event was part of CityReach.
       

Around the State

The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor College of Humanities will host former Baptist Standard cartoonist Doug Dillard as he presents a lecture on “The World of Cartoon Publishing” Nov. 23 at 11 a.m. in the Brindley Auditorium of the York Science Center.
       

Texas Tidbits

The Mission Centers of Houston will be the recipients of a canned food drive at the BGCT annual meeting in Houston, Nov. 16-17.
       

Texas Baptists to gather in Houston, wanting to share hope

Messengers to the Baptist General Convention of Texas annual meeting are gathering Nov. 16-17 with an eye toward Easter. They will focus on how they can pray for neighbors, care for people in need and share the gospel with every Texan by Easter 2010.
       

Conference set to discuss Calvinism, leadership styles

The Center for Effective Leadership and the Center for Informed Faith are coming together to encourage discussion on Calvinism and effective leadership styles during a new event called the G-5 Leadership Conference, scheduled Nov. 17 after the Baptist General Convention of Texas annual meeting at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston.
       

Cambodian pastor returns with the gospel to land he fled 30 years ago

Cambodian pastor Rindo Nong describes his flight from the Khmer Rouge in 1979, his conversion to Christ in a Thai refugee camp and a journey to the Philippines and then to Fort Worth, Texas. He now is pastor of a Cambodian mission church sponsored by Travis Avenue Baptist Church in Fort Worth.
       

Struggles bring Christians closer to God, speaker asserts

At times, ministry—like life itself—will be a struggle, Francis Chan, author of Crazy Love and pastor of Cornerstone Church in Simi Valley, Calif., told the Youth Ministry Conclave.
       
 
 
 
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