Articles from January 2018

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The Impact Center: Meeting needs and making disciples

by Guest Author on January 16, 2018 in Great Commandment

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Training eternally-focused churches in community ministry

by Kalie Lowrie on January 16, 2018 in Great Commandment

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Entrenar iglesias eternamente enfocadas en ministerios a la comunidad

by Kalie Lowrie on January 16, 2018 in Great Commandment

La Primera Iglesia Bautista de Valley Mills se encuentra en la cima de un monte en una comunidad de alrededor de 1,200 residentes. A pesar de que la iglesia ha participado continuamente en ministerios a la comunidad desde sus comienzos, el Pastor John Wheatley estaba interesado en encontrar maneras nuevas para servir. Él se comunicó con la Escuela de Trabajo Social de la Universidad de Baylor y pronto le conectaron con Travis Engel, un trabajador social quien comenzó a servir en la iglesia en el otoño del 2016.

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Expanding ministry opportunities through new Tech BSM building

by Kirsten McKimmey on January 16, 2018 in Great Commission

As Texas Tech’s campus is growing, so is the ministry and vision of Tech BSM. A new building will generate excitement among an increasing student population and will provide additional space that the BSM currently lacks, including a prayer room, missions room, leadership training area and a larger meeting room. These areas will serve as a catalyst to help them accomplish their vision of reaching the campus.

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Ministering to your Muslim neighbors

by on January 16, 2018 in Great Commission



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Tea and the Gospel

by Guest Author on January 16, 2018 in Great Commission

The first day we were in Flushing, New York, my team prayer-walked around the city to find locations for conducting surveys the next day. We were conducting surveys about the new churches to be planted in that area, to determine how people felt about religion in general and new church plants. We prayed that people would take the time out of their busy lives to talk with us and have open hearts to hear about Jesus Christ.

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Texas Baptists welcomes Steve Massey as Vice President of TBMF

by Kirsten McKimmey on January 16, 2018 in News

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Seeing God at work in the midst of challenges in Beaverton

by Guest Author on January 11, 2018 in Great Commission

I went on my first mission trip when I was eight years old. My parents introduced me to missions when they took me to Reynosa, Mexico with our Spanish church at the time. I was so heartbroken by seeing how the people we ministered to lived, and I could not help but gain a huge ambition to do whatever it took to help them while we were there. Since then, I have fallen in love with missions.

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Choosing Faithful Obedience in 2018

by Kathryn Freeman on January 10, 2018 in CLC

I love the story of Ruth. I love it so much that in the last few weeks I have taught from this short book of the Bible twice. So in the spirit of the third time’s the charm, I thought I’d share a few thoughts on how Ruth encourages us to boldly follow God no matter what 2018 holds.

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Sitting at the feet of Jesus

by Guest Author on January 9, 2018 in Great Commandment

It was Christmas morning. There were 10 of us crowded into my grandmother’s toasty living room. The torn wrapping paper was piled high and the folded gift bags were stacked neatly to return to the box for next year. The smell of bacon and sausage filled the air and each of us sifted back through our hauls to see just how good Santa was this year.

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