Here are a few ideas for how you can be the Hands and Feet of Christ, showing love and support for those impacted by the disaster. Consider ministering individually, through your church or alongside your WMU missions-discipleship group.
This winter, consider participating in one of these five Texas Baptists River Ministry projects. All of the projects can be completed at home or in a group setting with social distancing.
In 2020, people around the world have experienced an unprecedented time of separation. This time apart has not only reminded us of what’s most important, but it has also forced us to rely on a variety of tools to stay connected with our friends and loved ones. One of those tools has been Facebook Groups.
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.
We sat down with Jason Bryant, Western Heritage Consultant and Church Starter, to talk about Cowboy Church culture in Texas. Enjoy reading what we found out!
Today, churches have access to the largest and most diverse mission field, with people from nearly every continent, age group
and cultural background. In Matthew 10, Jesus sent out his disciples to share the Good News, and we have the same mission today - just with more advanced tools.