“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”
Read about Texas Baptists missionary Julia Wallace and her heart for the people of Lebanon.
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.
Representatives from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) visited the Baptist Student Ministry (BSM) at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley (UTRGV) on Sept. 29 to see how the ministry provides meals to food-insecure students on campus.
“God is taking care of us, meeting all of our needs.”
Beginning Sept. 8, 2020, Texas Baptists Annual Meeting workshops will be offered in a weekly online format Tuesdays at 2 p.m.
The Pastor Relief Fund and the Missions Team have been working to care for pastors aﬀ ected by the COVID-19 pandemic, both in Texas and beyond.
“The more that you can do proactively when it’s sunny before things get bad, the better."
Results from a statewide Pastor Health Survey conducted by the Texas Baptists Church Health Initiative of San Antonio provided valuable information on the health of pastors in Texas. Five hundred and sixty pastors affiliated with Texas Baptists participated in the confidential survey, a 13 percent response rate. The survey explored spiritual, physical, mental, financial, relational and work health.