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LifeWay Family Bible Series for Nov. 30: Paul demonstrated God's life-changing power_112403

Posted: 11/24/03

LifeWay Family Bible Series for Nov. 30

Paul demonstrated God's life-changing power

bluebull Acts 21:27--22:29

By David Jenkins

LifeWay Family Bible Series for Dec. 7: Joy can be discovered through giving to others_112403

Posted: 11/24/03

LifeWay Family Bible Series for Dec. 7

Joy can be discovered through giving to others

bluebull 2 Corinthians 8:1-24

By David Jenkins

Baylor names Kim Gaynor interim vice president_112403

Posted: 11/24/03

Baylor names Kim Gaynor interim vice president

WACO--Kim Gaynor has been named interim vice president for university relations at Baylor University.

The interim post has been filled by Larry Brumley, associate vice president for university relations, since Feb. 1, when Vice President Stan Madden returned to the classroom.

Kim Gaynor

Gaynor has held a long career in advertising, most recently with Bozell, Jacobs, Kenyon & Eckhardt, the largest advertising agency in the United States and the fifth-largest worldwide.

Fuller: Help Habitat build character_112403

Posted: 11/24/03
The recent house dedication featured a visit by Habitat founder Millard Fuller (second from left on back row). He is shown with Julie Turner, chairwoman of the DBU board; DBU President Gary Cook; WFAA-TV meteorologist Troy Dungan; new homeowner Dee Wright; and Blair Blackburn, DBU's executive vice president. The DBU chapter built the latest Habitat house for Dallas resident Dee Wright, and her 17-year-old son, D.J. Students, faculty and staff constructed the home on campus, and it is being moved to the nearby Oak Cliff community. The photograph above shows the house in the early stages of framing.

Fuller: Help Habitat build character

By Marv Knox

Editor

DALLAS--Habitat for Humanity needs Baptists to help preserve its Christian character, founder Millard Fuller pleaded.

Where are the large Hispanic churches in Texas?_112403

Posted: 11/24/03

Where are the large Hispanic churches in Texas?

By John Hall

Texas Baptist Communications

According to the 2000 census, 6.7 million Hispanics live in Texas. The Baptist General Convention of Texas relates to more than 1,200 Hispanic churches, a ratio of one congregation per 5,500 Hispanic resident.

 
 
 
 
 
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