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Letters: God bless young missionaries

Letters: God bless young missionaries

I enjoyed reading Rachel Martin’s article about the work God is doing through her in Thailand. I also read the article by Stacie Aguilar about how God is testing her faith in Thailand.

New York: Bringing hope to a dark city

New York: Bringing hope to a dark city

Student Missions Blog: Some think of a trip to New York City as a vacation; others are frightened to death by the idea of spending time in such a big city. However, New York City is ripe for missions.

In Touch: back at my home church

In Touch: Back at my home church

It was a joy to be back at my home church, Lakeside Baptist Church, in Dallas on Sunday. It’s always great to connect with friends and stay near the home front every now and then.

Kathy Hillman: Symbols: Representing, remembering, reflecting whose we are

Kathy Hillman: Symbols: Representing, remembering, reflecting whose we are

When our older son first learned to talk, he pointed to a neighbor’s house and said, “McDona’s.” We sang “Old MacDonald Had a Farm.”

Letters: Don't ban Confederate flag

Letters: Don't ban Confederate flag

If I'm not mistaken, people can ban the Confederate flag in public places, but they won't ban the rainbow flag.

2nd Opinion: Is God a bigot? Romans 1 & same-sex marriage

2nd Opinion: Is God a bigot? Romans 1 & same-sex marriage

Texas Baptists are a people of The Book. If you hold to a doctrine of biblical authority and believe the Holy Spirit inspired the Bible’s authorship, you simply can’t condone the act of homosexual sex.

Student Missions Blog

Georgia: Jesus and Jurassic World

Student Missions Blog: Recently, I watched Jurassic World. As crazy as it may seem, I even drew some parallels to the gospel.

Student Missions Blog

STCHM: God provides beyond our expectations

Student Missions Blog: If there is one thing that I have learned, it is that sometimes the Lord provides above and beyond our imagination.

Oregon: Planting seeds at a cookout

Oregon: Planting seeds at a cookout

Student Missions Blog: It had been a long day, and it was only noon, but the Lord had been at work since before the day even started.

Fireworks flashed a little less brightly and boomed a little less loudly this Fourth of July. Earlier that day, James Dunn left America for heaven. Our republic is a little less free and a smidge less strong for his passing.

Editorial: Remembering James Dunn, who said he changed my diapers

Fireworks flashed a little less brightly and boomed a little less loudly this Fourth of July. Earlier that day, James Dunn left America for heaven. Our republic is a little less free and a smidge less strong for his passing.

Student Missions Blog

New York: A Muslim-background believer presents his testimony

Student Missions Blog: Father’s Love Indonesian Church recently celebrated its 8th anniversary in New York City. We celebrated with a special worship service featuring dance, choruses, guest speakers and a feast.

Thailand: My God is bigger

Thailand: My God is bigger

Student Missions Blog: I am part of a team in Bangkok working with a ministry that reaches out to exploited men and transgender individuals working in the red-light district.

Texas Baptist Voices

Kathy Hillman: Courage, kindness & ‘Amazing Grace’

On Saturday following the shooting of the Emanuel nine, my husband, John, and I traveled to Oxford. That first night with heavy hearts, we walked to Christ Church for Evensong.

 
 
 
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