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On the Move: Harlow, Hoffman, Hornaday and Layton

Staff changes at churches in Marlin, Denton, Caldwell and Lubbock noted.

       
Baylor Scott & White CEO Allison plans move to advisory role

Baylor Scott & White CEO Allison plans move to advisory role

After four decades in hospital administration, including more than 15 years as president of Baylor Health Care System, Joel Allison announced plans to step down as president and chief executive officer of Baylor Scott & White Health next year and become senior adviser to the chairman of the board.

       
White House recognizes Baylor student as Champion of Change

White House recognizes Baylor student as Champion of Change

The White House recognized Riya Rahman, a senior at Baylor University, naming her a Champion of Change for her work to ensure summer meals for children.

       
Criminal justice project a step of faith for lawyer and Ugandan youth

Criminal justice project a step of faith for lawyer and Ugandan youth

They come from different worlds—a Pepperdine legal expert and an unjustly accused Ugandan—but Jim Gash and Tumusiime Henry have been touring the United States with the same message: Step out on faith and help others.

       
River Ministry seeks seeds for community gardens

River Ministry seeks seeds for community gardens

Texas Baptists’ River Ministry is asking churches, groups and individuals to donate seeds for community gardens along the Rio Grande.

       
Nursing education in India the focus of Baylor professor’s Fulbright-Nehru grant

Baylor prof’s research focuses on nursing education in India

What began as a mission trip became an internationally recognized honor for Shelby Garner, assistant professor at Baylor University’s Louise Herrington School of Nursing.

       
Baylor researchers link job satisfaction and attachment to God

Baylor researchers link job satisfaction and attachment to God

People who see God as a “secure base” for intimacy and attachment are more likely to be emotionally committed to their workplace and satisfied with their jobs, Baylor University researchers concluded.

       
Wayland professor sworn in as U.S. citizen

Wayland professor sworn in as U.S. citizen

While political candidates debate immigration, one Chinese immigrant and Wayland Baptist University professor looks forward to casting her vote in the general election this year, after becoming a U.S. citizen.

       
ISIS brutality drives some Middle Eastern Muslims to Jesus

ISIS brutality drives some Middle Eastern Muslims to Jesus

Atrocities perpetrated by the self-identified Islamic State in Iraq and Syria drives some Muslims in the Middle East away from the faith of their families, a Baptist pastor from Palestine said.

       
Safety from war does not come without struggle

Safety from war does not come without struggle

Through a partnership with the Lebanese Society for Educational and Social Development, Texas Baptists are helping purchase winter survival materials for Lebanese churches to distribute to the refugees.

       
CommonCall: Strange family, assembled by God

CommonCall: Strange family, assembled by God

Chad and Cheri Strange of Temple didn’t set out to have a large family. They just were determined to follow God’s will for their lives.

       
 
 

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