"We just put out a sign that said ‘free Bibles and prayer’ and people come walking in,”
“Our population is continuing to grow, and we need more churches for that new population,”
"Our children were always sick. How can you get better when you’re drinking dirty water?”
Instead of wondering how his family will manage their debt, he is able to focus on Bible studies, sermons and ministry for his congregation.
“The product, the gospel of Christ, never changes, but sometimes we have to change how we deliver that message,”
“It’s as if 2 Corinthians 9:12 is being lived out as Texas Baptists are ‘supplying the needs of God’s people"
Our political engagement extends far beyond the voting booth, and now the real work is about to begin.
Do you ever wonder what your church, BSM or ministry could do to be more active and accessible on social media for people seeking community and the Gospel truth?
As the 2020 Fall semester started at The University of Texas at El Paso, the Baptist Student Ministry staff met together to evaluate how their ministry would look different as the COVID-19 pandemic drastically modified life on campus.
“All we do is centered around the Great Commandment, Great Commission—a GC2 movement—focused on fulfilling the Great Commission and carrying out the Great Commandment,”