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In Touch: Looking for young Texas Baptist leaders

Texas Baptists are seeking a new generation of leaders.

       
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Guest editorial: Church the way it used to be?

Church "the way it used to be" is a reality neither for congregations nor their members.

       
Editorial: Hunger

Editorial: Add the Texas Baptist Hunger Offering to your Christmas list

This Christmas, send a gift to the world's neediest people. Support the Texas Baptist Hunger Offering

       
Letters: Concern about climate motives

Letters: Concern about climate motives

Leaders acting together to create a more sustainable environment is great on the surface, but my concern grows with the underlying motives.

       
UT-Rio Grande Valley: Give thanks

UT-Rio Grande Valley: Give thanks

Student Missions Blog: Recently, the Baptist Student Ministry at the University of Texas-Rio Grande Valley hosted one of its biggest outreach events of the year.

       
Down Home: Grandfather and Grandson, a tale of two laps

Down Home: Grandfather and grandson, a tale of two laps

The grandfather-grandson relationship is sweet from both perspectives.

       
Texas Baptist Voices

René Maciel: Finding Christ in this holy season

We do not need to go far this Christmas to find the Christ child.

       
climate change summit

2nd Opinion: Why climate change requires a spiritual rebirth

When it comes to the environment, will we choose life and creativity and a new stage in humanity?

       
Right or Wrong?

Right or Wrong? Be not anxious

How do Christians make decisions without anxiety?

       
Editorial: Pastors & giving

Editorial: Should your pastor know what you give?

Many churches—and members themselves—would be better off if pastors know what they put in the offering plate.

       
Texas Baptist Voices

René Maciel: In the face of evil

There are times in our lives when evil shakes us and makes us uncomfortable. We become paralyzed by the thought of it invading our lives.

       
The last couple of weeks have been discouraging. That says more about Americans—and a good many people who claim to follow Jesus—than it does about terrorists and radical Islam.

Editorial: Refute fearmongers—think clearly, follow Jesus

The last couple of weeks have been discouraging. That says more about Americans—and a good many people who claim to follow Jesus—than it does about terrorists and radical Islam.

       
2nd Opinion: Being content in an age of ‘more’

2nd Opinion: Being content in an age of ‘more’

Have you ever been in a place where you were totally content? That’s a hard place to be. It goes against our natural inclinations.

       
 
 

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