Along the Texas/Mexico border, over 14,000 immigrants have congregated in an encampment under a bridge connecting Del Rio, Texas to Acuña, Mexico.
“We are anxious to continue reaching pastors and ministers with information about how these programs can be a blessing to them and their churches.”
“Through all the devastation, it’s just amazing to see God work,”
“We believe we can do more together than we can by ourselves,”
"Texas Baptists are always proud of the ready response of our partners at TBM."
Churches now qualify as public service employers under the Public Services Loan Forgiveness program.
Within this month, my family and I are still in good shape by the grace of God and his mercy.
“It’s our job to recognize when only God could have pulled us through something, and then show that to our kids,”
“He so desperately wanted a relationship with God but felt like there was just a barrier between him and God."
The banquet will be a time of fellowship and reflection on all that God has done through Arnold, Griffith and so many others working with TBMF.
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