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Letters: Houston mayor did not try to punish preachers

Letters: Houston mayor did not try to punish preachers

I believe your statement, “... the Houston mayor’s office tried to punish preachers for political views based on sincerely held religious beliefs …” misses several obvious points.

       
Editorial: Changing world, unchanging goal—report the truth

Editorial: Changing world, unchanging goal—report the truth

Ben Bradlee was right: We can’t envision a world, a democracy or Baptists without a free press.

       

Letters: Vigil for a death-row inmate

"Thank you for the story on Miguel Angel Paredes. Through it, we are able to see the human being who is being killed by the state."

       

Richard Ray: 2015 Annual Conference set for San Antonio

Your Texas Baptist Bivocational/Small-Church Association is excited to announce that the 2015 Bivocational/Small-Church Annual Conference will be hosted by Baptist Temple Church in San Antonio. The dates are July 10-11.

       
Texas Baptist Voices

In Touch: From Rosebud to the annual meeting

I was at First Baptist Church of Rosebud a few Sundays ago. Thanks to Pastor Jody Hickman for allowing me to be there and worship with his church.

       
Texas Baptist Voices

Jeff Johnson: Take the first victorious step; the rest will be commentary

I have been humming the Ira Sankey tune “Faith is the Victory” all week. I am not sure why.

       
Right of Wrong? Importance of the budget

Right of Wrong? Importance of the budget

How can I encourage our members—nearly all of them older than I am—to keep up with our budget?

       
2nd Opinion: Everyone needs to go to Arabia

2nd Opinion: Everyone needs to go to Arabia

One of the pressing concerns of 21st century individual and congregational spiritual life is the question of depth.

       
Down Home: Over-reliance on microchips; or digital dementia

Down Home: Over-reliance on microchips; or digital dementia

Sometimes, I think I suffer from digital dementia. Or maybe it’s microchip amnesia.

       
Editorial: Give ‘Caesar’ his due—vote

Editorial: Give ‘Caesar’ his due—vote

Voting is not only a civic activity, but also a faithful spiritual enterprise. Even when your vote cancels the ballot cast by the church member who sits down the pew from you Sunday after Sunday.

       
Student Missions Blog

UTD: Engaging students in spiritual conversations

Student Missions Blog: The Baptist Student Ministry at the University of Texas at Dallas used its fall retreat to introduce the Engage 24 concepts of sharing the gospel on campus.

       
UTA: A ‘Big Howdy’ to international students

UTA: A ‘Big Howdy’ to international students

Student Missions Blog: Every semester, several Christian organizations on the UTA campus band together to welcome incoming international students through a myriad of activities called the Big Howdy.

       
Texas Baptist Voices

Jeff Johnson: Sometimes, you’ve got to pull your hands out of your pockets

I learned early in life if small things are highlighted, then something really big must be missing.

       

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