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Obituaries: Stanley Stamps and Daniel Williams

Obituaries for Stanley D. Stamps and Daniel Lee Williams.

       

On the Move: Browning, Cockrell, Curry, Lake, Reed, Roberts and Wilson

Staff changes noted for churches in Abilene, Denton, Plano, Thorndale, Plainview and Littlefield.

       
Austin Baptist Chapel serves 3 million meals to needy in three decades

Austin Baptist Chapel serves 3 million meals to needy in three decades

Life on the streets teaches resourcefulness. Homeless people learn how to survive. So do the ministries that serve them.

       
Prestidge and Burgin to receive 2016 Legacy Awards

Prestidge and Burgin to receive 2016 Legacy Awards

Texas Baptists will honor Sam Prestidge, founder of Singing Men of Texas, and Tillie Burgin, founder of Mission Arlington, with Legacy Awards at the historic Independence Baptist Church.

       
Baylor Alumni Association approves legal settlement with university

Baylor Alumni Association approves legal settlement with university

Members of the Baylor Alumni Association voted to approve a legal settlement with Baylor University, resolving a lawsuit filed in 2014. And representatives of both parties in the suit hope it ends a feud that dates back about 15 years.

       
Wayland board elects Bobby Hall president

Wayland board elects Bobby Hall president

Wayland Baptist University trustees elected Bobby Hall as the university's president less than two weeks after a search committee announced him as its lone finalist from among seven candidates.

       
Two ETBU freshmen student-athletes drown

Two ETBU freshmen student-athletes drown

Two East Texas Baptist University freshmen student-athletes drowned April 28 in an off-campus pond in Marshall.

       
Congreso youth challenged to become changemakers

Congreso youth challenged to become changemakers

A New York minister challenged Hispanic Texas Baptist young people to make change happen in the world by living differently than the world.

       
Disaster relief begins in Houston; recovery continues in SE Texas

Disaster relief begins in Houston; recovery continues in SE Texas

As floodwaters began to recede, Texas Baptists assessed needs and initiated disaster relief in the Houston area while wrapping up relief and beginning long-term recovery in Southeast Texas.

       
Target boycott petition attracts 895,000 signers

Target boycott petition attracts 895,000 signers

Mississippi-based American Family Association launched the boycott, claiming that sex offenders exploit non-discrimination laws to gain access to the women’s room. Media Matters for America called the assertion an “urban myth.”

       
Lawyer says Glorieta lawsuit should be revived

Lawyer says Glorieta lawsuit should be revived

A Houston lawyer says a lawsuit by Glorieta homeowners against LifeWay Christian Resources should be reinstated.(BNG)

       
 
 

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