“Intentional ministry is about being responsible to reach the one, which makes us available to reach the many,”
More than 1,600 participants in-person and online gathered together for the 2021 Texas Baptists Annual Meeting Nov. 14-16.
“...the moment we’re in does not pause the mission we’re on.”
“We’re enjoying a season of peace and unity.”
“The local church is God’s plan A, and there is no Plan B. When Jesus says, ‘Upon this rock I will build my church,’ we often begin to debate what all that first part means,” said Thom Rainer, CEO and founder of ChurchAnswers.
Two convention officers were re-elected to serve for a second term and a new second vice president was elected during the Monday morning business session at the 136th Annual Meeting of the Baptist General Convention of Texas Monday in Galveston.
The Pastor Sabbatical Grant Program aims to assist and encourage churches in providing sabbatical for their pastors.
“There’s opportunity in unity. There’s opportunity to show the world what it looks like to be a part of the Kingdom of God.”
“It was really exciting when I first came to the BSM to see that even freshmen who have no idea what they want to do with their lives lead someone from death to life.”
"It’s so critical to minister to people at that important time in their lives, and with representation at 137 campuses, the potential Kingdom influence is immense,”
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