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Baylor implements all 105 Pepper Hamilton recommendations

Baylor implements all 105 Pepper Hamilton recommendations

Baylor University’s board of regents announced the school has completed foundational implementation of the 105 recommendations made by the law firm that investigated its response to sexual assault reports.

       
House approves protection for religious child welfare agencies

House approves protection for religious child welfare agencies

The Texas House approved a bill that protects the right of religious child welfare agencies that serve as providers in the state’s child welfare system to exercise their “sincerely held religious beliefs.”

       
Faith Voices

Laity, clergy urged to protect churches from partisan politics

Leaders of congregations—both laity and clergy alike—can endorse a letter providing broad support for the longstanding law that keeps politics out of America’s pulpits.

       
Around the State: First Baptist Allen students sweep Bible Drill and Speakers Tournament

Around the State: First Baptist Allen students sweep Bible Drill and Speakers Tournament

Students from First Baptist in Allen swept the state Bill Drill competition. East Texas Baptist University plans its Hilltop University conference for senior adults.

       

On the Move: Gist, Loughlin, Garduno and Rodriguez

Staff changes noted for congregations in Robinson, Temple, Tilden and Del Rio.

       
TBM continues disaster relief in East Texas

TBM continues disaster relief in East Texas

After out-of-town television news crews moved on to other assignments and public attention shifted to other parts of the state, Texas Baptist Men disaster relief volunteers continue work in tornado-ravaged parts of East Texas.

       
Exodus satisfies hunger for change in life

Exodus satisfies hunger for change in life

Terri will never forget when she opened the refrigerator and pantry in her apartment at Exodus Ministries and found them fully stocked with food.

       
Study reveals generation gap regarding views of morality

Study reveals generation gap regarding views of moral behavior

A new LifeWay Research study shows more than six in 10 Americans older than 45 say right and wrong do not change, but fewer than four in 10 age 35 and younger say the same thing.

       
Passion for service at church inspired college return after 30 years

Passion for service at church inspired college return after 30 years

A desire to be equipped better for service in his church inspired Kevin Harmon to return to college in 2012 after a 30-year hiatus. He is graduating this spring from Baylor University at age 51.

       
Congreso challenges students to become Change Makers

Congreso challenges students to become Change Makers

At Texas Baptists’ Change Maker Student Conference, traditionally known as Congreso, 2,400 students heard the challenge not to let fear dictate how they follow Jesus.

       
Dallas faith community identifies hunger solutions

Dallas coalition and faith community identify hunger solutions

At least 1,000 high school students enrolled in Dallas schools experience food insecurity due to homelessness, but congregations and other community organizations can help meet some of their needs, a veteran school district administrator told representatives of the Dallas-area faith community.

       
 
 
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