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Paul Atkinson named 2021 recipient of the MWD Award for Intentional Interim Ministry

by Texas Baptists Communications on November 30, 2021 in News

“Intentional ministry is about being responsible to reach the one, which makes us available to reach the many,”

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New Pastor Sabbatical Grant Program announced

by Texas Baptists Communications on November 15, 2021 in News

The Pastor Sabbatical Grant Program aims to assist and encourage churches in providing sabbatical for their pastors.

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Filling the pulpit for short and long-term ministry

by Bonnie Shaw on October 26, 2021 in Ministerial Health

For churches looking for a pastor, the process can be daunting. See how two Texas Baptists ministries seek to alleviate some of that burden.

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Filling the tank

by Katie Swafford on October 21, 2021 in Ministerial Health

You know that feeling when you’re exhausted?

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Pastor Appreciation Month ideas from the Center for Ministerial Health

by Tammy Tervooren & Karl Fickling on October 18, 2021 in Ministerial Health

Some thoughts from two ministry leaders, who are dedicated to serving ministers and pastors, on how you can empower your pastor to be his best this month and every month.

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Pastor appreciation on a budget

by Jason Bryant on October 14, 2021 in Ministerial Health

“Every night I go to bed with 800 people on my mind.”

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Pastor Appreciation Month: Take time to show how much you care

by Bonnie Shaw on October 6, 2021 in Ministerial Health

October is Pastor Appreciation Month. It is a great time to go above and beyond to make sure that your pastor is blessed and loved on by the church.

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Ministers Financial Health celebrates distribution of $1 million in funds to Texas Baptists pastors and ministers

by Meredith Rose on September 17, 2021 in News

“We are anxious to continue reaching pastors and ministers with information about how these programs can be a blessing to them and their churches.”

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The Biblical principles behind reporting sexual abuse

by David Sanchez on September 9, 2021 in Sexual Abuse Response

The Bible takes sexual abuse seriously. We should report it because it is the law (in the case of minors) and we must submit to the government God has placed over us to execute his justice, because as God’s people we are charged to stand up for the oppressed and vulnerable, because doing so discourages other would-be offenders, and because reporting the offender provides them with a chance to see their sin for what it is and repent.

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Los principios bíblicos al denunciar el abuso sexual

by David Sanchez on September 9, 2021 in Sexual Abuse Response

La Biblia toma el abuso sexual en serio. Debemos denunciarlo 1) porque es la ley (en el caso de menores) y debemos someternos al gobierno que Dios ha puesto sobre nosotros para ejercer Su justicia; 2) porque como pueblo de Dios se nos pide que defendamos al oprimido y vulnerable; 3) porque al hacerlo desanimamos a otros posibles ofensores; y, 4) porque al denunciar al ofensor le proveemos la oportunidad de ver su pecado por lo que es y arrepentirse.

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