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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.

       
Editorial: ‘National church’ is a bad idea for everybody

Editorial: ‘National church’ is a bad idea for everybody

A survey of Republican primary voters found they favored almost 2 to 1 establishing Christianity as the national religion.

       
Letters: ‘Science cannot contradict the Bible’

Letters: ‘Science cannot contradict the Bible’

UPDATED: That God created us male and female is timeless truth. Unambiguous. Not subject to redefinition.

       
UT Austin: Lessons from the trenches

UT Austin: Lessons from the trenches

Student Missions Blog: The University of Texas at Austin is a spiritual battlefield. Many times, I confess the weight of lostness is overwhelming.

       
Student Missions Blog

UTD: From pocket change to real sacrifice

Student Missions Blog: Raising money for Go Now Missions is a part of Baptist Student Ministry culture. Each year, we set a goal and raise money to help send students on trips across the world to participate in various mission projects.

       
Student Missions Blog

UT Austin: Eager to pursue

Student Missions Blog: Meet Nahid, a Muslim Bengali student at the University of Texas at Austin. Striking up a conversation with her, we started talking about the significance of prayer in our lives.

       
Texas Baptist Voices

In Touch: Hosting Texas Baptists Camp managers

It was our pleasure to host the Texas Baptists Camp managers in your Baptist Building.

       
Texas Baptist Voices

Richard Ray: Snapshot visit can evaluate church’s strengths and weaknesses

One of the ways the Bivocational/Small Church Association serves churches is to make a snapshot visit to a church to see and hear the needs within that congregation.

       
Kathy Hillman: Breaking down defenses during spring break

Kathy Hillman: Breaking down defenses during spring break

During spring break, nearly 1,500 teens and young adults will serve through Texas Baptists’ Collegiate Ministries or Disaster Recovery.

       
Letters: Transgender resolution outdated

Letters: Transgender resolution outdated

It is impossible to address how badly the Baptist General Convention of Texas resolution concerning gender identity was ill-informed in 250 words.

       
 
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