Age no excuse for lack of exercise, physical therapist insists

A few simple exercises can help senior adults maintain the independence they desire, a Hardin-Simmons University professor contends. But that call to exercise comes with a caveat.

Sports camps seek to change lives–one game at a time

Sports Ministry of North Texas saw more than 50 elementary and middle school students begin relationships with Christ through the four campsconducted in 2009.

Baptist students gain a taste of global poverty

Seven college students from Baptist Student Ministries around Texas learned about global hunger issues as they spent a week at the World Hunger Farm, near Waco.

Comanche church gives out CDs for Texas Hope 2010

As part of their participation in Texas Hope 2010, Texas Baptists in Comanche County have ordered 2,500 evangelistic compact discs to distribute throughout the area.

Ringing phone signals church’s call to serve

When The manager of a nearby apartment complex phoned Templo Jerusalem Baptist Church in Victoria and asked its members to consider starting a ministry on the premises, "we felt like it was a godsend,” said Pastor Ricky Garcia.

YMCA seeks to reclaim the ‘C’ in its name

YMCA chaplains are trying to “illuminate the C” in the Young Men’s Christian Association.

Baptist pastor among dead in Haiti

Baptists in Haiti mourned the death of a beloved pastor killed in the Jan. 12 earthquake.

Christian Athletes use spotlight to share their faith

From Scripture references on eye black to post-game testimonies, Christian athletes seem more demonstrative and outspoken in sharing their faith than celebrities in entertainment or business.

ABC, CBF plan multi-pronged responses to Haitian earthquake

American Baptists plan to tap both international relief efforts and local churches with strong ties to the Haitian-American community in responding to human suffering caused by the Jan. 12 earthquake in Haiti.

Haitian Baptist college president describes country 'in shock'

A Christian college president in Haiti told Baptist World Alliance officials that the magnitude 7.0 earthquake that hit near the country's capital Jan. 12 "will affect everybody in Haiti."

Baptists respond to Haiti earthquake

Baptist World Aid has pledged $20,000 in emergency funds for earthquake-stricken Haiti, the head of the relief-and-development arm of the Baptist World Alliance said Jan. 13.

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