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Baylor University named three individuals to leadership posts in the provost’s office

Around the State: Super Summer under way; Baylor adds to provost's office

Seven Super Summer schools of Christian leadership are under way at six Texas Baptist schools. Baylor University named three individuals to leadership posts in the provost’s office. Howard Payne University appointed a new dean.

       
Baptist group argues government money should not fund churches

Baptist group argues government money should not fund churches

Preventing taxpayer money from funding churches is a key protection for religious liberty, according to a brief the Baptist Joint Committee for Religious Liberty filed at the U.S. Supreme Court.

       
Buckner Family Pathways helps mother escape hopelessness

Buckner Family Pathways helps mother escape hopelessness

At Buckner Family Pathways, Leticia Harley soon discovered her new apartment was more than a place to live. It was a place of healing and hope.

       

On the Move: Hamline, Kimmey, Kirkwood, Knott, Martin and Smith

Staff changes noted for churches in Granger, Robinson, Lorena, Giddings, Austin and Cameron.

       
Journey to Acton: Explore Davy Crockett’s Baptist family ties

Journey to Acton: Explore Davy Crockett’s Baptist family ties

Several sites near Acton and Granbury are related both to the Davy Crockett family and its Baptist connections.

       

Obituary: Carl Wrotenbery

Obituary for Carl R. Wrotenbery, dean emeritus of libraries at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and distinguished fellow and professor at the B.H. Carroll Theological Institute. 

       
Baptists strengthen state by investing in Hispanic education

Baptists strengthen state by investing in Hispanic education

When Texas Baptists contribute toward educational opportunities for Hispanic youth, they are investing in the state’s future, Albert Reyes told a Hispanic Texas Baptist gathering.

       
Analysis: ‘A Prairie Home Companion’ made American religion real

Analysis: ‘A Prairie Home Companion’ made American religion real

For 42 years, Garrison Keillor’s deep, soothing voice brought a slice of Americana into our homes and cars through his popular radio show, A Prairie Home CompanionKeillor, who ended his run as host July 2, also brought a healthy dose of religion to the show.

       
Baptist minister granted asylum after persecution in Kazakhstan

Baptist minister granted asylum after persecution in Kazakhstan

After nearly three years of waiting, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service granted asylum to a Baptist minister and his family who were deported from Kazakhstan.

       
First ESL class graduates from Buckner Family Hope Center at Wynnewood

First ESL class graduates from Buckner Family Hope Center at Wynnewood

Manuela Rodriguez tried her best to help her children with their homework, but she was limited. That’s starting to change. Rodriguez recently was part of the first graduating class of an English-as-a-Second-Language class through the Buckner Family Hope Center at Wynnewood in Dallas.

       
Baylor interim president cites continued improvements

Baylor interim president cites continued Title IX response improvements

Baylor University is in the process improving its counseling center, campus security and more, Interim President David Garland reported in a letter to the Baylor Family.

       
 
 

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