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Defending religious minorities benefits majorities, faith leaders agree

Defending religious minorities helps majority, faith leaders agree

When Muslims defend Christians in Pakistan and Christians speak up for Muslims in the United States, they not only follow the highest ideals of their religions, but also act in their own enlightened self-interest.

Summer feeding programs provide children meals and discipleship

Summer feeding programs provide children meals and discipleship

During summer vacation, 2.8 million students don’t get the free or reduced lunch offered during the school year. To solve the food insecurity in the summer, the Texas Hunger Initiative created Summer Meals Expansion.

TBM volunteers train indigenous missionaries from Venezuela

TBM volunteers train indigenous missionaries from Venezuela

Texas Baptist Men water ministry volunteers taught 11 indigenous missionaries from Venezuela how to drill water wells and maintain a simple drilling rig.

Jobs for Life transforms lives in inner-city Corpus Christi

Jobs for Life transforms lives in inner-city Corpus Christi

A cascade of circumstances landed Nicolle Polanco in jail. But her life was turned around at CrossBridge Fellowship in Corpus Christi through Jobs for Life, a program of South Texas Children’s Home Ministries.

Keller pastor denounces Franklin Graham’s anti-Muslim remarks

Keller pastor denounces Franklin Graham’s anti-Muslim remarks

A Baptist pastor from North Texas joined American Muslim leaders in denouncing recent anti-Muslim comments by evangelist Franklin Graham as they announced upcoming efforts to build bridges between their religious communities.

Scholarship fund honoring former HPU prof Shields reaches milepost

Scholarship fund honoring former HPU prof Shields reaches milepost

Former students of longtime professor James Shields raised more than $100,000 for a ministerial student scholarship fund at Howard Payne University, established in honor of him and his wife, Corinne.

Scott named president of San Marcos Academy

Scott named president of San Marcos Academy

The San Marcos Academy board of trustees named Jimmie W. Scott president of the 107-year-old Baptist school after serving five months as the academy’s interim president.

Baptists join call for national strategy on global religious persecution

Baptists join call for national strategy on religious persecution

More than 30 religious leaders, scholars and public policy analysts signed a letter to leaders of the Senate and House urging Congress to give greater authority to the ambassador-at-large for international religious freedom to counter religious persecution.

Obituaries: Everett C. Hullum Jr.

Everett C. Hullum Jr., 73, former editor of Home Missions magazine, died July 12 in Princeville, Hawaii.

African-American Fellowship given a charge to keep

African-American Fellowship given a charge to keep

Passionate preaching, jubilant worship and a spirit of joy characterized the annual African-American Fellowship and Evangelism Conference, as participants responded to the challenge of “a charge to keep,” the theme of the July 14-16 event at The Fort Bend Church in Sugar Land.

exas Tidbits: TBM volunteers offer relief after floods

Texas Tidbits: TBM volunteers offer relief after floods

About a dozen Texas Baptist Men disaster relief volunteers from North Texas worked on a mud-out crew to assist flood-damaged First Baptist Church in Lavon.

Georgetown biker church welcomes all

Georgetown biker church welcomes all

For members of Open Road Biker Church, riding motorcycles isn’t just a hobby. It’s a way to connect to other Christians and reach nonbelievers with the gospel.

Obituary: Lillian Hunnicutt

Lillian Hunnicutt, 92, longtime public schoolteacher and pastor’s wife, died June 23 in Victoria.

Fort Worth historian’s book tells story of women in the SBC controversy

Book reveals role of women in the SBC controversy

A new book by a TCU researcher says women played a neglected but important role in the Southern Baptist Convention controversy in the late 20th century. The issue of a woman’s role in the church and home, she says, actually “drove Southern Baptists to embrace certain biblical interpretations over others.”

VBS helps Waco churches bridge racial barrier

Two Waco Baptist churches united for Vacation Bible School to share the gospel with children, breaking down barriers between their culturally and racially separated congregations.

 
 
 
 
 
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