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Student Missions Blog

HPU: Silly games and great opportunities

Student Missions Blog: At the beginning of the school year, all the organizations on the Howard Payne University sponsor an event to encourage new students to get involved and to help them meet groups on campus.

       
Student Missions Blog

Hawaii: God at work in Hilo

Student Missons Blog: I had cleaned the floors and the bathrooms. I set up the chairs for our first Thursday night worship service of the semester here at the University of Hawaii at Hilo. I had done plenty of work that day. That night, God worked on me.

       
Texas Baptist Voices

Kathy Hillman: 175 years and counting—Blest be ties that bind

As I unlock the door to my office, pictures of grandchildren, along with photographs of current and former students, focus my attention on the future.

       
Down Home: Listen to the pope, dads; play with your kids

Down Home: Listen to the pope, dads; play with your kids

Maybe a single, childless fellow like Pope Francis can teach us something about the dangers of being over-busy, distracted fathers.

       
Right or Wrong? Morning prayer

Right or Wrong? Morning prayer

A workshop speaker suggested Christians practice “morning prayer that seeks to connect our day with the will of God.” What constitutes “morning prayer,” and how can it connect us to “the will of God”?

       
HPU: Starting off right with worship, prayer and pancakes

HPU: Starting off right with worship, prayer and pancakes

Student Missions Blog: Our first event of the semester was student-led worship. It happens twice a month, and we have a group of students who regularly attend and enjoy it.

       
Editorial: Can we make people get up and dance?

Editorial: Can we make people get up and dance?

Whether or not they endorse real dancing, Baptist churches could learn a lesson from Kip Tindell, chairman and CEO of the Coppell-based Container Store, and what he calls “the customer dance.”

       
Student Missions Blog

Thailand: Heartbreak in the ‘Land of Smiles’

Student Missions Blog: Bangkok is such an interesting city—so many people, sights and smells, and they aren’t always fun.

       
Letters: It's not Bush's fault

Letters: It's not Bush's fault

Texas Baptist Forum: Now it’s Bush’s fault Christians are being persecuted. I’m really getting tired of it.

       
Student Missions Blog

Denton: God is faithful, working behind the scenes

Student Missions Blog: The spring semester is in full swing at Texas Woman’s University in Denton. We found that God was at work while we were on break.

       
Texas Baptist Voices

Bedilu Yirga: 'Go home to your own people and tell them …'

The Ethiopian Evangelical Baptist Church of Dallas in cooperation with BGCT has launched a mission work project, funding indigenous missionaries taking the gospel to their own people.

       
Texas Baptist Voices

Richard Ray: Only together can we do God’s work

We need to become the church that exists to use all the unique gifts God has bestowed on his children.

       
Editorial: I am Charlie, I am Jewish, I am …

Editorial: I am Charlie, I am Jewish, I am …

Baptists, of all people, are qualified—and should be motivated—to speak words of peace, reconciliation and encouragement to the religious divisions plaguing our world.

       
 
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