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Jamaica: Laying foundations

Jamaica: Laying foundations—physically and spiritually

Student Missions Blog: I helped build a house and lay a foundation, working alongside Jamaicans while investing in their lives to show them Christ—the true foundation.

       
New York: Sowing the Good News

New York: Sowing the Good News

Student Missions Blog: A lot of us are meant to be sowers. We are meant to scatter to seed of God’s word around to others, so that after hearing it, they may grow. This can be difficult sometimes.

       
Right or Wrong? ‘A living experiment’

Right or Wrong? ‘A living experiment’

Calls for “homogenous church growth” are being replaced with pleas for multiethnic and/or multicultural congregations. What do you think?

       
2nd Opinion: Offering hope to Syrian refugees in Lebanon

2nd Opinion: Offering hope to Syrian refugees in Lebanon

I recently heard about a mother’s incredible journey of peace and reconciliation during my trip to Lebanon as part of the 21st Century Wilberforce Initiative’s efforts to support education and training.

       
Guest editorial: Agreeable disagreement

Guest editorial: Agreeable disagreement

It was early in my pastoral ministry. I still thought my primary job was to please people and make them happy, ensure their comfort, and leave them liking me.

       
Texas Baptist Voices

René Maciel: Texas Baptists minister to the sick and dying

Texas Baptists have 28 institutions we will be highlighting at our annual meeting this year. These institutions provide a variety of services and ministries that are foundational to the work of Texas Baptists.

       
Texas Baptist Voices

Richard Ray: Don’t restrict God by your limitations

Let me ask you three question: Do you set limits for yourself? Do you set limits on others? Do you set limits on God?

       
Editorial: Danger—and possibility—in the middle of the road

Editorial: Danger—and possibility—in the middle of the road

Life is dangerous in the middle of the road. Just ask New York Times columnist/PBS commentator David Brooks.

       
Letter: Grateful for Maciel’s leadership

Letter: Grateful for Maciel’s leadership

I am so impressed with Baptist General Convention of Texas President René Maciel’s column.

       
Oregon: God's love a bigger deal

Oregon: God's love a bigger deal than all else

Student Missions Blog: We had the opportunity to meet and interact with so many University of Oregon students ... to let them know why God’s love is such a bigger deal than all else.

       
New York: A conversation on the doorstep

New York: A conversation on the doorstep

Student Missions Blog: We had about a 20-minute conversation about what he believed and what we know to be the truth. I could tell Richard was hungry for the truth, but he was also cautious why everything we said pointed back to God.

       
New York: God's perfect timing

New York: God’s perfect timing

Student Missions Blog: Serving with a mission team in New York’s Chinatown was a lot more difficult than I expected. I was having a difficult time presenting the gospel to anyone.

       
Letters: Terrorism, ‘vigilante culture’ & religious freedom for Muslims

Letters: Terrorism & ‘vigilante culture’; Religious freedom for Muslims

My question is: Precisely what legislation would you suggest would be effective in keeping guns away from terrorists?

       
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Richard Ray: It's time to re-engage your church

From January through March, create opportunities for your church members to re-engage with each other.

       
Texas Baptist Voices

René Maciel: Texas Baptists' special places

Texas Baptists are blessed by their affiliation with 28 institutions, including Baylor University and Hardin-Simmons University.

       
 
 

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