“You don’t want to be sitting at home doing nothing when there are people out there who need help.”
We've all had some challenging circumstances or difficulties in life. Even in the midst of chaos or in difficult places, God continues to open the door for us to serve. It is up to us to remain connected to the source of our strength so that we can press forward.
Meet the Brito Family and learn how they are serving during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Approximately 20 middle school and high school students from First Baptist Church Plano will be volunteering at two local Plano residences, providing assistance and doing repairs on the homes as part of “BOUNCE Back Home Day of Service.”
The Executive Board of the Baptist General Convention of Texas held a special called business meeting on June 16 to consider changes to the 2020 Annual Meeting in light of the global pandemic.
“I don’t think we would have gotten into live streaming if we hadn’t received the cooperation of the class."
"....we looked at time and family, and everything that God gave us.”
In this crisis could we find opportunities to love others responsibly?
On Friday, June 5, President Trump signed a Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) reform bill into law, which will ease the restrictions on PPP loan forgiveness.
“We want San Antonio to be a place of hope and to be a light in Texas.”