BGCT Columns

  • BGCT president: ‘Follow Your Leader’

    Texas Baptists’ Super Summer camps provide students with optimal opportunity to grow spiritually, to develop leadership skills, to meet other students from all over the state and to learn how to share their faith.

  • What is your life?

    We must learn to live life in the Lord’s will, for his will allows us to live life to the fullest.

  • BGCT president: ‘Thus far the Lord has helped us’

    God has been glorified by the new campus of Baptist University of the Américas in San Antonio.

  • In Touch: Bryan, San Antonio, survey, Bryant, children, boomers, Waco

    This week, BGCT leader David Hardage shares experiences, concerns and opportunities from across the Lone Star State.

  • Discipleship, then/now

    A Christian disciple is a student, a learner, a follower of Jesus Christ who aligns himself with the Lord. The Christian disciple is someone who is called by Jesus. The disciple is committed to Jesus alone and obeys his teachings.

  • Church, stand amazed

    When God’s people do good, then those good deeds, those good words and those good actions will become excellent and profitable for everyone. Hope is restored and renewed when God’s people devote themselves to doing good.

  • In Touch: Nice tragedy, Mangum, Children’s Missions Day, annual meeting, Lilly grant

    BGCT Executive Director David Hardage offers a range of items for consideration this week.

  • God’s solution to the racial problem—new man

    God provides a four-part solution to humanity’s problem with racism.

  • Step right up! Read all about it!

    News, when it comes to preaching, is not telling stories and entertaining people. It’s not walking through  of our Bible stories. News is “sharing a word that makes a life-changing difference”!

  • BGCT annual meeting: It’s going to be worth it

    With learning opportunities designed specifically for them, pastors who attend the 2016 Texas Baptist annual meeting will leave saying, “That was sure worth it!”

  • Reflecting on Hispanic Texas Baptist life

    Many Texas Baptists have gained a rich legacy from Convención Bautista Hispana de Texas and Baptist University of the Américas.

  • René Maciel: A soldier, teacher, pastor, dad

    BGCT President René Maciel celebrates the life of a soldier, teacher, pastor and dad—his father, Eleazar Maciel.