Students on Mission

Peru: Let the fire burn bright

Student Missions Blog: On a recent Sunday after church, the pastor brought out a small grill he bought and wanted to use. He had never grilled in his life, and I had never started a fire in my life. 

Texas Baptist Forum

Letters: Thanks for 'Love' editorial

Thank you for “Love, not condemnation, leads the world to Jesus.” 

Letters: Prison ministry

Letters: Looking for inmate disciplers

We are looking for associations or churches that would host a training event for first-time volunteers in the Restorative Justice Ministries in Texas.

Love not condemnation

Editorial: Love, not condemnation, leads the world to Jesus

God grieves when broken people run further and further away because all they have heard on behalf of Jesus is judgment and condemnation. 

GoNowMissions New York

New York City: God at work

Student Missons Blog: Walking the streets of New York City, we often pass unnoticed what is really going on around us.


Editorial: Let’s reform our political system

Raise your hand if you’ve been disturbed and/or disgusted in the past week.

Down Home

Down Home: Learning to communicate

Technology can be confusing these days. Especially if you’re only 2 1/2 years old. Or the granddad of somebody who’s 2 1/2 years old.

In Touch

In Touch: Welcome directors of missions

Your Texas Baptist staff recently welcomed directors of missions from around the state to your Baptist Building for a time of information and inspiration. 

Right or Wrong?

Right or Wrong? Interfaith dialogue

 Friends who most loudly proclaim “Baptist distinctives” also are quite involved in interfaith conversations. Are they hypocritical? 


Denton: Watching my girls grow in Christ

The fact that God chooses to use me and us in his sovereign plan never gets old to me. God is big enough and mighty enough to move mountains and change lives on his own, but God uses me—daily.

Students on Mission

Peru: Living Water and Light of the World

Student Missions Blog: As I complete my first month serving here in Peru, I have learned to value many things I took for granted back home—things like water and light.

Texas Baptist Forum

Letters: Corporations not protected?

I am confused about the argument that some have made regarding a corporation is not an individual and therefore not protected by the constitution.

Students On Mission

Following God to New York City

Students On Misson Blog: Ever since I was a little girl, I’ve watched all the Spider-Man movies, The Devil Wears Prada and all those other cool movies that take place in New York City.

2nd Opinion

2nd Opinion: The hidden immigration impact on churches

As Congress makes a final attempt this fall to act on comprehensive immigration reform, the debate is focusing on “securing” our borders and offering a path to citizenship to the 11 million residents here without proper documentation. These politicized arguments, however, don’t see the forest for the trees.

Texas Baptist Forum

Letters: Overcome greed & prejudice

Your editorial on values and recent remarks by the new pope renew my faith that Christians can make a difference against greed and prejudice.

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