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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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