“A scholarship in their honor helps make sure the legacy and foundation they laid are passed along to the next generation of individuals committed to seeing God's justice and kindness realized in our pews."
See how one church is using the Hunger Offering to expand their food pantry.
A valuable partnership between the Intercultural Ministries team and a Congolese church in Houston provides meals for struggling families amidst the pandemic.
Learn about the work Texas Baptists en Español is doing to build relationships and provide resources for Hispanic churches across Texas.
Read how the African American Ministries team equipped church leaders for a challenging year during their leadership conference.
On Wednesday, Dec. 16, Texas Baptists-endorsed chaplain and River Ministry missionary Silvia Briones will be one of the first people in Texas to receive the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine.
On November 16, Hurricane Iota slammed into Nicaragua’s coast as a Category 4 storm, hitting an area already reeling from the devastation caused by Hurricane Eta only two weeks earlier. Homes and businesses were destroyed or badly damaged and thousands were forced to leave their villages in search of safer conditions.
“It was an intentional focus, not just to change the name, but to have an intentional strategy.
“Keep being a bold witness. Keep telling people about the goodness of Christ,”
“Our congregations need to be on the frontlines, because we see passages [like Micah 6:8] that say ‘do justice, love mercy.’”