Student Missions Blog

Arlington: God provides

Student Missions Blog: My regular job at Mission Arlington was providing child care, but on my third day, I worked in the front office to help people who needed food, clothes, assistance paying bills or other aid.

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Christmas memory: Before a missionary family moved to Brazil

May your heart be warm this Christmas, and may you have a memory of a certain Christmas, and may it be warm and very special as well.

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Guest Editorial: The shaping power of fear

We who claim to follow the one at the center of Advent and Christmas might give more serious consideration to what he meant by "Fear not!"

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2nd Opinion: We celebrate the God Who is with us

Here is good news this Christmas: We are not alone. God is with us, and hope has descended upon us.

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Right or Wrong? Consider writing an ethical will

Ethical wills and the self-inventory required to write them provide value for our offspring—and ourselves.

Texas Baptist Voices

René Maciel: Will you live like Joseph, full of trust & faith?

Are you, like Joseph, ready to do what the Lord is asking you to do?

Margaret Marvin Knox

Down Home: She fell out of a Christmas tree

At Christmas, the family always thanks God for Jesus—and for Mother.

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Guest Editorial: Great things in small packages

Christmas reminds us God's love often arrives hidden inside small, plain, boring and insignificant packages.

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Editorial: Christmas and the miracle of peace

Christians honor the Prince of Peace when they demand and then arbitrate peace.

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Letters: Readers think Baptists agree with Trump

Although I do not like many of Donald Trump’s personal antics, I do believe the borders need to be closed until we fix the system of vetting.

UT-Rio Grande Valley: Depending on God

UT-Rio Grande Valley: Depending on God

Student Missions Blog: This semester, I led Bible studies for the first time in my life, and I was scared at the thought of it.


2nd Opinion: The opposable mind

Successful leadership does not occur until something new is distilled  from opposite choices.

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René Maciel: Sing those carols this Christmas

Christmas is a great time to sing like the angels.


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