Though the world may have seemed to have shut down, the Gospel never stopped.
"...once they know who you are and what you’re about it breaks down those walls and gives you the chance to share about Jesus.”
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.
TBM volunteers are feeding nurses, doctors and volunteers at the COVID-19 vaccine distributors in Fair Park. Read about the ministry and why TBM got involved.
"We can’t forget that the work of God is still happening. We can’t lose sight of that fact,”
“We have people coming through all morning, and they all keep saying ‘thank you.’ But we want our service to reflect, ‘no, thank you.’”
"we want to be a church for the community instead of just being in the community,”
Many across the Texas Baptist family have risen up to meet the needs of their communities in the face of these challenges.
"...we were facing a crisis within a crisis: hunger."