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Student Missions Blog

Thailand: No insignificant action

Student Missions Blog: These past few weeks have been difficult for me. I was really beginning to realize how insignificant my efforts could feel at times. I was discouraged.

Student Missions Blog

Haiti: The gospel knows no bounds

Student Missions Blog: Around 5 p.m. is my absolute favorite time of day. The air is cool, which in Haiti is a big deal. Haitian kiddos are playing football, singing songs and tossing Frisbees, and I join the action.

Texas Baptist Voices

In Touch: Presiding over prayer in the Texas Senate

I have had the privilege of preaching at two wonderful churches recently: Christian Family Baptist Church in San Antonio and First Baptist Church of Carrollton.

2nd Opinion: Seven ways Lyle Schaller transformed the North American church

2nd Opinion: Seven ways Lyle Schaller transformed the church

George Bullard, president of the Columbia Partnership, remembers the life and work of Lyle E. Schaller, acclaimed church consultant, who died March 18 at age 91.

Texas Baptist Voices

Kathy Hillman: Dos hermanos en Cristo, living the difference

Dos hermanos en Cristo. Two ordinary men extraordinarily used by God. God called Robert to Christian ministry. He called Archímedes to ministry as a Christian.

Editorial: No battle between science and religion

Editorial: No battle between science and religion

Most American evangelicals don’t believe science and religion are at war. But this “news” really is old.

Student Missions Blog

HPU: Leading and learning at Beach Reach

Student Missions Blog: This year’s spring break marked my third time to be involved in Beach Reach, but little did I know how different this year would be and what it would mean for me.

Student Missions Blog

Community college students serve Mission Arlington

Student Missons Blog: Students representing the Baptist Student Ministries at Mountain View College in Dallas and Collin College in Plano served at Mission Arlington and showed God’s love through a variety of projects and by meeting physical needs.

I am so glad the power in our worship service does not depend on a fuse box

2nd Opinion: Unfazed by outage, continuing in power

When the power went off one Sunday, I was proud of the congregation, in a proper, holy way.

Guest editorial: Private school vouchers—the forbidden fruit

Guest editorial: Private school vouchers—the forbidden fruit

In the beginning, temptation appeared as a fruit. Today, it appears as a voucher.

Right or Wrong? Complaining

Right or Wrong? Complaining

Our church members complain about everything and everyone. Their gripes eclipse the core values of the gospel—peace, joy, love and hope. How can we get back on track?

Kathy Hillman: Deep roots … living legacy

I am not part of the Baptist family today because of my roots. I choose to be Baptist because I have prayed, studied and determined I am Baptist by belief.

Down Home: Grandkids, snowmen and a busy weekend

Down Home: Grandkids, snowmen and a busy weekend

We made history early this month. For the first time, both our grandchildren and both their mothers spent a long weekend under our roof.

 
 
 
 
 
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