During the 2019 Texas Baptists Annual Meeting, nine churches were given special recognition for their giving through the Cooperative Program.
More than 2,000 participants in-person and online witnessed the launch of Faith Fosters Texas at the 2019 Texas Baptists Annual Meeting Nov. 17-19.
Phillip Nation, director of Advancement and Global Impact Churches at the Baptist World Alliance (BWA), started his Tuesday morning workshop at 2019 Texas Baptists Annual Meeting by posing a question. “What would it look like to create a culture for global disciple-making?” he asked.
Victor Rodriguez encouraged pastors to “let the seeds fly” in his sermon during the closing worship session on Tuesday of the 2019 Texas Baptists Annual Meeting.
“The biggest threat to Christianity is not atheism or strongholds or science.”
Texas Baptists (Baptist General Convention of Texas) launched a new, faith-based initiative aimed at improving the state’s foster care crisis during its annual meeting on Monday, Nov. 18, in Waco.
In his convention sermon on Monday evening during the 2019 Annual Meeting of Texas Baptists, Duane Brooks summed up the role of the pastors and believers in the room in two simple words: proclaim Jesus.
The Texas Baptist Missions Foundation presented three awards at their annual luncheon held at the Baylor Club at McLane Stadium during the 2019 Texas Baptists Annual Meeting.
“We say we believe the Bible,” Don Guthrie, retired pastor of First Baptist Church of San Antonio, said, “but the truth is there are very large portions we never read, preach, or even hear about it.”
In Monday’s 2019 Texas Baptists Annual Meeting Session 2 workshop, “Effective Evangelism Strategies in the Local Church,” Bryant Lee, pastor of Higher Expectations Church in Humble, spoke to a group of church leaders about why churches must become e-churches.
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