Adoptive mother of three says not to call her a hero

STARRYMost people who meet Angela Richardson have trouble connecting her up-beat, breezy attitude to her role as a foster mother-turned-adoptive mother who cares for three emotionally wounded children. Richardson welcomes the challenge, but she resists any suggestion she’s special.


Singing Men of Texas touch hearts, share gospel in Ukraine

The Singing Men of North Central Texas  have returned from a concert tour of Ukraine, Oct. 17-30. The trip was not without its challenges.
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UMHB students participate in poverty simulation

In the course of 28 hours, a group of University of Mary Hardin-Baylor students begged for food, dug through trashcans looking for aluminum cans and spent a night outdoors when temperatures hovered in the 40s as they participated in a poverty simulation on the Belton campus.

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Paul Stripling will present guidance on “How to Minister to Those Experiencing Grief” at noon Nov. 11 as part of the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor ministers’ forum series.

Dignity based on creation, not capability

Discussions about dignity and dying benefit from a clear understanding of dignity’s source and meaning, a founding member of the President’s Council on Bioethics told a Baylor University gathering.

Different heritage, similar missions link two schools

Representatives of the Guadalupe School of Religion, an independent African-American college founded in 1884, and Baptist University of the Américas, a Texas Baptist-affiliated school, signed an agreement allowing students of the Guadalupe School access to the BUA library and research resources.

Buckner offers long-term missions opportunities

For the past 10 years, Buckner International has facilitated short-term mission trip opportunities—usually one week to 10 days long—for individuals and churches. Now, Buckner offers longer opportunities ranging from one month to one year.

Standing strong: Buckner marks 10 years in Kenya

Dickson Masindano will take all the help he can get for the Buckner International ministries he oversees in Kenya. But he wants everyone to know his goal is less, not more.

Iraqi Baptist pastor says Baghdad's Christians living in fear

A Baptist pastor in Baghdad told a European Baptist leader that Christians there are living in fear following an Oct. 31 attack on a Catholic church in Iraq's capital that left more than 50 dead.

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Children’s Mission Involvement Day will be held Nov. 6 at the Texas Port Ministry in Freeport. Bobby Fuller, the ministry’s director, will speak to children about the ministry and how they can be involved in shipping the Good News around the world.

Faith Digest: Crystal Cathedral in trouble

The Crystal Cathedral, the gleaming Southern California megachurch known for its Hour of Power television broadcast, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection from creditors.
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