“The pain is deep. This tragedy will leave a lasting imprint on people of all ages.”
“We have hope grounded in Christ and great anticipation in all that God will do in [the students’] lives and through them and the teams they are a part of,”
“If we ever find ourselves getting distracted by bad news, by numbers and buildings, we need to return to our first business in Christ."
“Our Texas Baptists family joins many others in praying for the families of those whose loved ones were senselessly killed in today’s Uvalde school shooting. We stand ready to help in any way that’s needed,”
May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and I think this is a good reminder for us all to pause and do a quick systems check-in.
“We want to foster and shepherd their education in very significant and tangible ways.”
On Sunday, June 5, Texas Baptists will present the 2022 Legacy Award to Charles Davenport, pastor and dedicated leader in Baptist denominational life, and Jack Greever, veteran Baptist Student Ministry (BSM) leader.
"It is significant that for many of the refugees, it may have been their first encounter with Christians."
Did you know that 98% of child abuse victims know their alleged perpetrator?
“The generation around you is hungry for something,” he said. “Take what you’re learning here and take it to the rest of your generation.”
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