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Mission: Dignity ‘eased my pain,’ minister’s widow says

Mission: Dignity help ‘eased my pain,’ minister’s widow says

Doris Jackson's husband served 42 year in ministry. After his death, she found herself unable to keep up with the financial pressures and reduced income. But she saw hope when the Mission: Dignity application arrived from GuideStone Financial Resources.

       
Trump: ‘It’s time to put a stop to attacks on religion’

‘Time to put a stop to attacks on religion,’ Trump says

President Donald Trump told an assembly of evangelical Christians he would continue to restore the religious liberty many of them feel they’ve lost.

       
Texas Baptists honor legacy of Stripling and Howell

Texas Baptists honor legacy of Stripling and Howell

Friends and family of Paul Stripling and Elmin Howell gathered at the historic Independence Baptist Church to honor their lives and legacies. Stripling, executive director emeritus of Waco Regional Baptist Association, and Howell, founding director of River Ministry, received the 2017 Texas Baptist Legacy Awards.

       

On the Move: Garza, Johnson, Mills and Reiter

Staff changed noted for churches in Abilene, Houston, Fort Worth and Cross Plains.

       
Around the State: DBU honors adviser; Baylor board approves two regents

Around the State: DBU honors adviser; Baylor board approves two regents

Dallas Baptist University names Adviser of the Year. Baylor regents appoint representatives from athletic organizations. 

       
Analysts look for silver linings in stormy legislative session

Analysts look for silver linings in stormy legislative session

After a legislative session that began with high hopes and ended with a shoving match on the floor of the Texas House of Representatives, some public policy analysts and advocates emphasized bright spots where they could find them.

       
North Texas city recognizes HPU alum for heroism

North Texas city recognizes HPU alum for heroism

The Garland Police Department recently recognized a  Howard Payne University graduate for taking heroic, life-saving actions in rescuing a woman from a burning vehicle. The hero credited God’s grace for perfect timing that enabled the rescue.

       
Religious leaders shocked by attack on Ramadan and Pentecost

Religious leaders shocked by attack on Ramadan and Pentecost

Religious leaders prayed for London after another terrorist attack in Britain left seven dead and scores injured on the eve of the Christian holiday of Pentecost and during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.

       
LGBT advocacy group plans protest at SBC meeting

LGBT advocacy group plans protest at SBC meeting

An advocacy group seeking to have homosexuality and transgenderism “removed from the sin list” announced plans to “politely disrupt” the Southern Baptist Convention annual meeting June 13-14 in Phoenix.

       
50 years after the Six-Day War, Israeli Jews reflect on the victory

50 years after the Six-Day War, Israeli Jews reflect on the victory

Israel marked the 50th anniversary of the Six-Day War June 5. The conflict had a profound effect on many Israeli and Diaspora Jews that is felt until this day.

       
Embrace hope in an age of cynicism, former congressman urges Baylor crowd

Embrace hope in an age of cynicism, former congressman urges

Cynicism damages public discourse and threatens the political process, but hope offers greater power, former Congressman Chet Edwards told the Civic Life Summit at Baylor University.

       
 
 
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