We are aware of the resolution recently passed by the Baylor University Board of Regents. Since its passing, we have been in talks with university leadership to better understand the situation and share reactions from our Texas Baptists family.
“The heart of everything I’ve read and seen from the Rainers is wanting to see people know Christ and the local church excel for the kingdom of God,”
“We humbly ask that you continue to allow us to be your hands and your feet, from the Valley to the Panhandle,”
"...we want to make sure pastors have the most information to make the best financial decisions possible for them and their families,”
April is Child Abuse Prevention Month. In Texas, 175 children are victims of abuse each day. As the body of Christ, churches and Christians have a responsibility to proactively protect children from dangerous or abusive situations.
"I am looking forward to handing the baton to the next generation of younger leadership.”
Many across the Texas Baptist family have risen up to meet the needs of their communities in the face of these challenges.
"Anytime there is a crisis, people are looking for an answer. And we have the greatest answer to any problem: Jesus,”
We are stricken by the racist attacks recently directed at two of our Texas Baptist pastors. Racism of any kind has no place in God’s Kingdom.
"We are fortunate to have two men of such high character and ability joining our staff.”