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Tell the stories of God's faithfulness

My time in Colorado as a student missionary came to a close, and I have reluctantly returned to the stifling heat of Texas.
       

Just passing through

As I sat on the airplane returning to Texas from Venezuela I thought about how foreign I felt all summer.
       

Under attack

I currently am preparing for a missionary journey to East Asia where I will serve five months, with the prayer and vision to start a disciple-making church. I knew spiritual warfare takes place prior to these trips. But when I officially signed up for this trip back in February, only God could have prepared me for what I was about to go through.
       

New life, living water

WaterfallTo end our time in Venezuela, our church partnered with a church in a neighboring town to hold a baptism at the foot of a waterfall on top of a mountain.
       

Gifts at work

Last week while attending an evangelism training camp, we had the privilege of meeting a missionary couple who serve here in Venezuela.
       

Quotes in the News

“Our faith motivates and inspires us, but we do not proselytize.” --Dirk Frans
       

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Recount your blessings.
       

2nd Opinion: Missions gain 21st-century faces

The Global Mission Leadership initiative by the Baylor School of Social Work, with Jennifer Smyer as the director, is enabling a different way of thinking and doing global missions.
       

IN FOCUS: Partnerships empower missions

How do we make disciples of all the nations with costs increasing, missions giving down and doors closing to North Americans in some countries?
       

RIGHT or WRONG? Cremation

Our family cannot decide whether cremation is biblically acceptable. Can you provide some biblical reference points or standards?
       

DOWN HOME: Hot dog, it’s time to talk about hell

Some people call these the “dog days” of summer. If you ask me, that seems awfully unfair to canines.
       

EDITORIAL: Hot letters & Baptists’ priesthood

Some Baptists cannot embrace the paradoxes that result from the priesthood of all believers. They focus on the logical fact that opposing views cannot simultaneously be correct. And since they are sure they are correct, they are certain those who disagree with them must be wrong.
       

Texas Baptist Forum (Updated)

I still am in shock over the cut in insurance benefits for our retired Southwestern Seminary professor.
       
 
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