Roy Cotton, director of African American Ministries, has announced his retirement after 21 years of serving with Texas Baptists and 42 years of serving in Baptist ministry.
On August 7, 2020, Ellis CWJC recognized four women for their service to the Ellis County community.
When students leave for college, we are sometimes at a loss as to how to pray for them.
Texas Baptists has partnered with Health Outreach to the Middle East (HOME) to provide relief for Lebanese citizens affected by the August 4 explosion in Beirut.
In 1920, a late-night meeting between the two men of God birthed the dream of an encampment where future lives would be changed for the cause of Christ.
The Christian Life Commission (CLC) is pleased to announce that David Earl Sanchez has joined the team as the new Ethics and Justice Director.
The Lord is the source of all our hope. As we look to Him, He will give us hope. Even as we age or feel worn out, we can still have hope!
On June 16, Hildalgo County residents experienced another setback with COVID-19 related curfews and regulations limiting non-essential travel across the Texas-Mexico border. Vanessa Quintanilla-Lerma, a WMU of Texas Board Member and Texas Baptists River Missionary feels the brunt of these new measures each day as she serves families and churches in Texas and Mexico.
TBM Disaster Relief teams are meeting needs across the lower Rio Grande Valley in the aftermath of Hurricane Hanna.
“It's as if 2 Corinthians 9:12 is being lived out as Texas Baptists are 'supplying the needs of God's people."