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DBU ServantU goes international

DBU's ServantU goes international

More than 120 students from Chile, Peru and Colombia participated in ServantU International on the Dallas Baptist University campus.

Sixteen states side with HBU and ETBU in appeal

Sixteen states side with HBU and ETBU in appeal

Legal representatives of 16 states filed a friend-of-the-court brief with the U.S. Supreme Court supporting two Texas Baptist universities and a Pennsylvania seminary in the schools’ challenge to the Health and Human Services mandate of the Affordable Care Act, popularly called “Obamacare.”

Baptist Briefs: Advocate for women ministers honored

Pam Durso, executive director of Baptist Women in Ministry, accepted a lifetime achievement award from Christians for Biblical Equality.

Around the State: BCFS group celebrates end of summer

Around the State: BCFS group celebrates end of summer

BCFS Health and Human Services celebrated the end of summer with 90 Tyler youth enjoying a day of rollercoasters, zip lines and boat rides at the Kemah Boardwalk amusement park.

Obituary: Ted Savage

Ted Savage, 87, died July 28 in Livingston. He was pastor to senior adults at Central Baptist Church in Livingston at the time of his death, a position he held 10 years.

On the Move: Jack Haye

Jack Haye has resigned as executive pastor of First Baptist Church in McKinney to become president of Patrick Henry College in Purcellville, Va.

Glorieta homeowner seeks day in court

Glorieta homeowner seeks day in court

Kirk Tompkins says LifeWay Christian Resources avoided his lawsuit challenging the 2013 property sale by hiding behind the First Amendment.

Sports analyst Craig James claims religious discrimination

Sports analyst Craig James claims religious discrimination

College football analyst Craig James filed a religious discrimination lawsuit against Fox Sports, alleging he was fired from a broadcasting position because of his Christian belief that homosexuality is sinful.

Bill Wiman, retiring after 30 years in religious education ministry at First Baptist Church in Bryan, says he’s seen an increasing proliferation of rich, diverse resources that has sometimes led to a loss of focus. But churches are doing a better job at emphasizing discipleship growth in small groups.

Bryan minister sees changes in religious education

After 30 years in religious education ministry at First Baptist Church in Bryan, Bill Wiman says he’s seen significant changes in methods and approaches.

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SBC’s Send Conference focuses on reaching the world with the gospel

“We are going to send until the whole world hears,” Southern Baptist missions leader Kevin Ezell told the 2015 Send North America Conference.

Sealed with a prayer delivered by Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam, a Southern Baptist conference made it clear: There’s no separating religion and politics.

Southern Baptists urged to engage with politics, but be civil

Sealed with a prayer delivered by Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam, a Southern Baptist conference made it clear: There’s no separating religion and politics.

 
 
 
 
 
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