The Big 12 Conference verified Baylor University has implemented recommended policy changes regarding sexual assault, but it fined the school $2 million for damaging the conference’s reputation.
By Ken Camp / Managing Editor
When the Colorado River overflowed its banks flooding hundreds of homes, area Baptist churches overflowed with compassion for their hurting neighbors, providing disaster relief with the support of Texas Baptist Men.
When Abraham Jaquez became president of Baptist University of the Américas one year ago, the school faced financial distress. But now BUA is on track to move forward, he said.
By Isa Torres / Hispanic Beat Reporter
A commitment to environmental stewardship led Baptist Temple in San Antonio to install solar panels on the roof of its facility, but getting paid to do the right thing didn’t hurt.
Joel Gregory assumed new responsibilities at Baylor University’s Truett Theological Seminary June 1 when he became director of the Kyle Lake Center for Effective Preaching.
By Baylor University Communications
A western-heritage church may seem out of place in affluent North Dallas, but leaders of Highland Country Fellowship believe God planted the congregation there for a reason.
Bill Ellis will retire as president of Howard Payne University May 31 and assume a new role as the university’s chancellor.
By Staff / Baptist Standard
Viento Fuerte Church in Waco has changed to meet the changing needs of its neighborhood.
Joanna Jespersen, minister to children and families at Shiloh Terrace Baptist Church in Dallas, will nominate Jason Burden, pastor of First Baptist Church in Nederland, for first vice president of the Baptist General Convention of Texas.
First Baptist Church in Plano is mourning the loss of a couple killed in an April 23 car accident and seeking to minister to seven children left without their parents.
Texas Baptist leaders met at an April 16 summit to discuss the foster care crisis in Texas and seek ways for churches and ministries to respond.
By Kalie Lowrie / Texas Baptist Communications
When members of First Baptist Church in Boerne heard recordings of radio transmissions from a Southwest Airlines pilot who made a harrowing emergency landing in Philadelphia, they recognized the voice as one of their own.
By David Roach / Baptist Press