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Bounce roof

Students help Dallas bounce back from sub-standard housing

Students from across Texas spent a week in Dallas, helping people improve their homes through Bounce Student Disaster Recovery.

       

On the Move: Vela and Tarver

Two staff changes noted this week.

       
Conroe KItchen Crew

Around the State: Disaster Relief Day, awards, promotions, more

Churhces around the state will observe Texas Baptist Men Disaster Relief Day June 25. Texas Baptists also won awards, got promoted and received new jobs.

       
SBC vote

African-American leader offers to help churches overcome racism

The head of the National African American Fellowship has offered to help congregations combat racism.

       
WMU celebrates 20 years of Christian Women’s Job Corps

WMU celebrates 20 years of Christian Women’s Job Corps

Linda Cooper, president of national Woman’s Missionary Union, and Sandy Wisdom-Martin, WMU executive director, highlighted 20 years of ministry through Christian Women’s Job Corps during their report to the Southern Baptist Convention.

       
Moments of restoration recalled at WMU annual meeting

Moments of restoration recalled at WMU annual meeting

Speakers recounted “Defining Moments”—dramatic, life-changing experiences that make an eternal difference in the hearts and minds of a Christian—during the Woman’s Missionary Union missions celebration and annual meeting.

       
TBM raises funds to feed Kenyan mothers and children

TBM raises funds to feed Kenyan mothers and children

Texas Baptist Men raised more than $24,000 to provide food for children and their mothers in drought-stricken Kenya.

       
WorldCrafts partners with Mully movie ministry movement

WorldCrafts partners with Mully movie ministry movement

WorldCrafts, the fair-trade division of national Woman’s Missionary Union, is partnering with Mully Children’s Family, a nonprofit organization in Kenya that seeks to transform the lives of street children and youth living in poverty.

       
SBC approves process to sell Nashville building

SBC approves process to sell Nashville building

Presentation of a $3.1 million gift from the sale of the Florida convention’s former building was part of an Executive Committee report that also included Southern Baptist Convention adoption of a process to sell the SBC Building in Nashville.

       
Carroll Institute gains initial ATS accreditation

Carroll Institute gains initial ATS accreditation

The B.H. Carroll Theological Institute earned initial accreditation from the Association of Theological Schools.

       
After initial refusal, SBC denounces ‘alt-right white supremacy’

After initial refusal, SBC denounces ‘alt-right white supremacy’

Messengers to the 2017 Southern Baptist Convention annual meeting denounced “alt-right white supremacy” in a nearly unanimous vote after a tumultuous day of refusing to address the issue.

       
 
 
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