DALLAS -- Texas Baptists welcomes John. C. Halton as the new Senior Consultant for the Texas Baptist Missions Foundation (TBMF).
"We are pleased to have John as a part of the Missions Foundation team,” said President of TBMF Bill Arnold. “He brings extensive development experience and will be working with donors west to Kerrville and east to College Station. He is a committed Baptist layman with a heart to help people use their resources to make a difference for God's kingdom."
Halton received his Bachelor of Arts from Houston Baptist University, his Master of Divinity in Theological Studies from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and his Master of Arts in Communication from the University of Texas at Austin.
He is joining TBMF after retiring from a 42-year career at the University of Texas at Austin, where he faithfully served as an Associate Dean of Engineering.
“The Texas Baptist Missions Foundation’s work is to help fulfill the Great Commission,” said Halton. “The Foundation receives gifts from many generous individuals who, last year, supported 85 different ministries to fulfill this objective.”
TMBF exists to provide giving opportunities for those who seek to make an impact for God’s Kingdom both in Texas and beyond. The foundation supports a variety of missions endeavors, including church starting, Baptist Student Ministries, disaster relief and recovery and much more.
For more information about TBMF and how you can give, please visit texasbaptists.org/tbmf.
Texas Baptists is a movement of God’s people to share Christ and show love by strengthening churches and ministers, engaging culture and connecting the nations to Jesus.
The ministry of the convention is made possible by giving through the Texas Baptists Cooperative Program, Mary Hill Davis Offering® for Texas Missions, Texas Baptists Worldwide and Texas Baptist Missions Foundation. Thank you for your faithful and generous support.
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