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Georgia: God answers prayer

Student Missions Blog: Improving in prayer was one of my first goals upon arrival to the Living Vine. Thankfully, God already has rocked me.

       
Haiti: Release from chains of shame

Haiti: Release from chains of shame

Student Missions Blog: After trekking through a winding uphill climb, we arrive at a beautiful new home in the mountains. Our team is here to take part of the tradition of dedicating each new home that is built.

       
Student Missions Blog

Germany: God opens doors before we get to them

Student Missions Blog: Before my co-worker, Kasey, and I even arrived in Germany, God was opening doors at the University of Mainz, where we will spend our summer doing outreach.

       
Texas Baptist Voices

In Touch: At the Legacy Award ceremony

On June 7, Kathleen and I had a great day at Independence Baptist Church near Brenham for the annual Legacy Award ceremony.

       
Texas Baptist Voices

Kathy Hillman: Fathers, ‘Father’ Buckner & the Heavenly Father

Choosing the perfect Father’s Day gift presents challenges. A totally unscientific Internet survey and personal interviews with guys of all ages yield one overwhelming favorite. The gift of time and togetherness ranks first.

       
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2nd Opinion: Learning to pray, again—6 ‘prayer-full’ lessons

I’m still learning to pray. What follows are random reflections born of “prayer-full” lessons along the way.

       
Guest Editorial: Farewell & look outward

Guest Editorial: Farewell & look outward

I am optimistic many congregations will turn outward and forward and work resolutely for a fresh day.

       
Tribute: Remembering Phil Lineberger

Tribute: Remembering Phil Lineberger

Phil Lineberger loved to laugh. He had an infectious laugh, and you couldn’t help but join him in laughter.

       
Student Missions Blog

Thailand: Sharing the Good News with a smile

Student Missions Blog: Recently, we traveled to Khao Yai for an English camp. The point of the weekend was to help the Thais practice their English, all while building relationships.

       
Student Missions Blog

Haiti: Praying before dawn

Student Missions Blog: The streets are dark. Angry and frightened dogs bark at us as we file down the humid, trash-filled streets. We walk in silence.

       
Letters: Do everything ‘as to the Lord’

Letters: Do everything ‘as to the Lord’

For folks who don’t have the skill set to be a “cultural warrior,” then I say do everything else, as too the Lord.

       
Editorial: Juneteenth—celebration & metaphor

Editorial: Juneteenth—celebration & metaphor

Texans will mark a vital—although historically embarrassing—milestone this week. We’ll celebrate the 150th anniversary of the freedom of Texas slaves.

       
Student Missions Blog

STCHM: Spiritual lesson learned on a gym floor

Student Missions Blog: Since my arrival at the South Texas Children’s Home Ministries, I have been praying God will bless my efforts this summer and use me, even though I may or may not reap the harvest or see my impact just yet.

       
 
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