I was in New York City in June of 2001 with my wife Heather for my first visit to New York City. When I returned for a last-minute mission trip in December of 2001, I found an entirely different city.
"We want to speak this truth to this ‘woke’ generation.”
“When they’re here, they’re immersed in learning the importance of sharing their faith and not being intimidated,”
You will not need a bridge with children if you get down on their level, literally.
“God has put this team together to make a big impact"
“Discipleship keeps growing and evolving...and we are continually learning ways to connect with both the current and future generations,”
Satan hates our worship, but I fear Satan loves our preference when it yields division.
"As Texas Baptists continues to focus on the Great Commandment and the Great Commission, it makes sense for this emphasis to be seen in our published materials,”
“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,”
Church health strategist Jonathan Smith explains what a healthy church looks like and how he can be a resource for Texas Baptists congregations.
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