Stories from the field during this time of pandemic and quarantine in 2021 in Brazil.
“We have to think, engage our minds, pray, seek the Lord and at the end of the day based upon what we know about God and his values, move forward”
River Ministry missionaries on the Texas/Mexico border are working hard to provide resources and hope in the midst of COVID-19.
See how the Mary Hill Davis Oﬀ ering® is helping small churches minister to their communities and keep their church building standing strong.
The Pastor Relief Fund and the Missions Team have been working to care for pastors aﬀ ected by the COVID-19 pandemic, both in Texas and beyond.
Along the Texas-Mexico border, Texas Baptists River Ministry missionaries work hard to share God’s love with the immigrants, refugees and locals who live on both sides of the border.
On Jan. 10-11, approximately 50 people from around the United States gathered at Houston’s First Baptist Church to attend “Am I a Replanter?,” a conference centered on nation-wide church replanting.
After attending Texas Baptists Church Planting Center (CPC) training in Houston, Pastor Ryan Thompson set out to plant a church that would reach the lost and the broken in Nederland, Texas.
Twenty-eight Texans partnered with MAP missionaries along the Amazon River to share the Gospel and strengthen the ongoing work in Brazil.
After months of hopelessness following the destruction of Hurricane Harvey, Houston homeowner Gaye Stephens was shown compassion and joy for the first time through middle and high school students.
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