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“About the fruit of the Spirit: Does a raspberry from sliding into second count?"

2nd Opinion: Bigger barns & mega-churches

How can we justify multi-million-dollar fund-raising campaigns for mega-churches when on any given day, 79,000 people in Texas live on the streets?

IN FOCUS: God listens for our cries for revival

Revival does not come through the courts, or the state house, or Wall Street, or public schools. It comes when God’s people get right with him.

Texas Baptist Forum

Nothing has disappointed me more than Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary dropping insurance coverage of her retired staff/employees.

Quotes in the News

“If the new conservative coalition is going to be a governing coalition, it’s going to have to have a significant number of Hispanics in it." -- Richard Land

RIGHT or WRONG? Repenting of racism

How can our church correct a long-standing issue of racial prejudice?

DOWN HOME: Precious sound: tiny heartbeat

I predict Jo and I will feel like we’re ready to be grandparents by the time she or he enters this world.

EDITORIAL: Place priority on church planting

Quickly: Name the most significant issues that will affect Texas Baptists’ ability to reach our state with the gospel for the duration of this century.

Moving time

Through our work with Pursuit Church, we had the opportunity to serve the Namaqua Center—an organization that reaches out to grandparents or other elderly family members who are raising their grandchildren or underage kin.

Under the magnifying glass

Ever heard that people are watching closely when they know you are a Christian? That’s as true as it could be here at the amusement park where our team serves.

It feels good to be loved

It's been a busy, hectic time. Here in “the cave”—our underground apartment complex— we have added 15 GoTokyo high school-age interns.

God with us

My teammates and I worked for a week with a church planter at a PowerPlant sports camp—a ministry designed to engage students in church planting and evangelism.

Comment: Just like corporate America

The administration of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary notified all retirees their health insurance would be cancelled on July 31. “Shocking” is not too strong a word to describe the impact this action has had on the Seniors of Southwestern.
 
 
 
 
 
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