I have a prayer reminder for the beginning of each school year that encourages me to P.A.S.S.—Pray Always for Students and Staff. Whenever you see a school, a bus, or even school supplies, let those become prayer prompts as a reminder to pray.
As of Friday, Aug. 28, a TBM Chainsaw Unit from Orange is working locally cutting and removing broken limbs and fallen trees from the storm. They will be joined by a TBM feeding team and a TBM shower/laundry unit from Belton, which was en route on Aug. 28.
On Wed., Aug. 26, Texas Baptist leaders encouraged churches and individuals to join together in prayer for those in the path of Hurricane Laura, a Category 4 hurricane expected to make landfall along the Texas-Louisiana border Wednesday night or early Thursday morning.
Who would have thought that in 2020 we would be learning a different way to communicate with people every day?
With funding from the Mary Hill Davis Offering® for Texas Missions, Texas Baptists Intercultural Ministries has created four unique opportunities for outreach.
On August 17, Texas Baptists announced the winners of the 2020 Baptist Educators Serving Texans (B.E.S.T.). The award celebrates Christian educators who are living out their faith daily among their students and the Texas Baptists institutions that taught them.
While reading my Bible this week, I camped in Psalms 61-63. With so much uncertainty around us, I could identify with David and how he was feeling when he said, “Hear my cry, O God; listen to my prayer” (Psalm 61:1).
Let’s join together in prayer over these 6 ‘P’s for our children, parents, and teachers
TBM Disaster Relief has placed feeding, chainsaw, shower/laundry, chaplain and incident management teams on alert to serve in the aftermath of a derecho that affected millions in the Midwest.
Instead of avoiding the news, let us use new stories as prayer prompts to pray through the news.