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Texas Baptist Voices

Jesse Rincones: Cómo liderar aprendiendo

Se veía como una conexión fácil de hacer. Había encontrado una bocina musical de auto con dos alambres de cobre desnudos que saliendo de ella. Recordé que yo había visto un cable de alimentación que también tenía dos cables.

       
In Touch: With deacons, motorcycles and a leadership summit

In Touch: Deacons, motorcycles and a leadership summit

It was a blessing to spend time with the deacons of my church, Lakeside Baptist, for their deacons’ banquet.

       
Down Home: We called her Grammar

Down Home: We called her Grammar

The long-anticipated call arrived early Thursday morning. Grammar, my mother’s mother, went to be with the Lord.

       
Texas Baptist Voices

Jeff Johnson: God’s will is found in ‘living the difference’

At The Gathering last year in San Antonio, I had the opportunity to experience the revolution in elevator technology. It is called a “destination elevator.”

       
Student Missions Blog

California: Countdown to cupcakes

Student Missions Blog: Working at a church in Tahoe City, Calif., I wanted my first and second grade students to become more familiar with the Bible. So, I created a “Countdown to Halloween” paper chain.

       
Uganda: Sharing the simple gospel message

Uganda: Sharing the simple gospel message

Student Missions Blog: Recently, I went with two other volunteers to accompany a group from Rafiki Africa Ministries—a Christian children’s home here in Uganda—to a nearby community to evangelize and encourage the people that lived there.

       
DeEdra Branch

Houston: I saw the gospel

Student Missions Blog: I have prayed a lot for compassion in the last year. I realized that my heart didn’t break for these students.

       
Tarleton: Questions and answers

Tarleton: Questions and answers

Student Missions Blog: My heart breaks for the students around me who have no realization the God who created the enormities of the universe cares deeply for them and wants to have a relationship with them.

       
Texas Baptist Voices

Richard Ray: Find your Paul or Silas in ministry

I had the blessing to visit with several bivocational and smaller-church ministers this past week. With each visit came the realization pastoring in a small church is both joyful and challenging.

       
Texas Baptist Voices

Jeff Johnson: There’s just something about that name

I met a young couple at a funeral who told me they were naming their baby Hashtag. That isn’t a typo.

       
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."

       
 
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