Have you ever lived in a city that has given a boil-water notice? Have you ever noticed that the taste of your tap water has changed? You might think it's odd to notice the taste of water or that there would be a boil-water notice in the United States. But during July of 2020, the city of Laredo, TX had to advise citizens living along highway 359 to boil their water due to low chlorine levels.
On Thursday, November 12, 2020, Dr. G. Dean Dickens became the 12th annual recipient of the Maples-Williamson-Daehnert (MWD) Award.
As the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays draw near, churches are thinking of new and creative ways to share the holiday spirit in a way that is pandemic-friendly and safe for all those who participate.
The Araujos moved from Argentina to Canada in 2015 after feeling God’s calling to open a church and minister to Spanish and Portuguese speakers there.
“All we do is centered around the Great Commandment, Great Commission—a GC2 movement—focused on fulfilling the Great Commission and carrying out the Great Commandment,”
Three new convention officers were elected during the Monday, Nov. 16 Business Session of the 135th Annual Meeting of the Baptist General Convention of Texas.
“It was an intentional focus, not just to change the name, but to have an intentional strategy.
“We have to think, engage our minds, pray, seek the Lord and at the end of the day based upon what we know about God and his values, move forward”
“Keep being a bold witness. Keep telling people about the goodness of Christ,”
“It was the first time either of them, I think, intentionally prayed on their own..."
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