“Our congregations need to be on the frontlines, because we see passages [like Micah 6:8] that say ‘do justice, love mercy.’”
Katie Swafford, director of Counseling Services, provides helpful information on staying healthy during a time of stress and uncertainty.
River Ministry missionaries on the Texas/Mexico border are working hard to provide resources and hope in the midst of COVID-19.
Read about Texas Baptists missionary Julia Wallace and her heart for the people of Lebanon.
Church starting is a valuable way to reach the ever-growing population of Texas. See how two church starts are reaching out to their new communities.
Texas Baptists en Español existe para conectar al exhortar, informar, y colaborar con las iglesias bautistas hispanas aliadas con los Bautistas de Texas para alcanzar las metas que el Señor les ha dado.
Learn about Texas Baptists en Español, a new ministry focused on uniting and mobilizing Hispanic churches around the state.
The Missionary Adoption Program (MAP) would like to share a few short stories from several missionaries in Brazil.
As Western Heritage Ministries celebrates 20 years, take a look at the impact cowboy churches are making in Texas.
The Texas Baptists Collegiate Ministry Team is pleased to announce that Bill Noe has joined the staff as the new Campus Strategist. Noe previously served as the National Collegiate Ministries Specialist for LifeWay Christian Resources.