TBM Disaster Relief teams are meeting needs across the lower Rio Grande Valley in the aftermath of Hurricane Hanna.
“We want to share God’s love in the hardest days of people’s lives.”
"In some of the toughest days of people's lives, we're offering help, hope and healing."
"Together, we are delivering help, hope and healing to a hurting world.”
TBM launched “TBM Feeding Texans” on April 28, an effort to provide 50,000 meals in the next two weeks to unemployed Texans during the COVID-19 crisis.
Forty-six homes are completely destroyed. Two hundred ninety-one more are damaged. A community is shaken but determined to press on.
Two Central Texas TBM disaster relief units recently donated nearly 300 boxes to the Capital Area Medical Operations Center in Austin to help in the distribution of medical supplies.
Iglesia El Camino is part of a growing network of house churches in the Rio Grande Valley, a key approach for Texas Baptists in reaching people along the Texas-Mexico border that maximizes resources and evangelistic zeal.