Finding freedom in prison
by Analiz Schremmer on April 20, 2017 in faith
Editor’s note: April is Second Chances Month for the Christian Life Commission in partnership with Prison Fellowship, celebrating a commitment to re-entry ministries, public policy and helping individuals like Lavinah Igbani find freedom through the Gospel.
Prison isn’t a place where people expect to find freedom. But that’s where it happened for Lovinah Igbani.
“In 2010, when my baby was three weeks old, I was charged with manufacturing with the intent to deliver hydrocodone,” Igbani said. “I was sentenced to eight years. My husband kept the girls for/p>/p>/p>... [continue]
LAS IGLESIAS BAUTISTAS DE TEXAS COLABORAN PARA PROVEER AGUA A UNA COMUNIDAD NECESITADA EN LIBERIA
by Analiz Schremmer on April 19, 2017 in clc espanol
No todos tienen fácil acceso a una de las necesidades más básicas: el agua.
Cerca de 25,000 personas en Brewerville, Liberia tienen que caminar de cinco a diez millas cada día para obtener agua potable. A veces el agua ni siquiera está limpia.
Tom Howe, pastor de la Iglesia Bautista Birdville, en Fort Worth, supo de la necesidad a través de la Misión Lott Carey (LCM, por sus siglas en inglés), por medio de las donaciones que su iglesia hizo a la Ofrenda contra el Hambre de los Bautistas/p>/p>... [continue]
Texas Baptists to honor Elmin Howell and Paul Stripling with Legacy Awards
by Analiz Schremmer on April 17, 2017 in news
This June, Texas Baptists is proud to honor two people who have helped mold the direction and effectiveness of Baptist ministry. The 2017 Legacy Award recipients will be Elmin Howell, founder of Texas Baptists’ River Ministry, and Dr. Paul Stripling, executive director emeritus of the Waco Baptist Association.
Howell helped make it possible for all people, not just clergy, to serve those in need. In 1968, he launched River Ministry for the Baptist General Convention of Texas, to meet the spiritual and physical/p>... [continue]
Texas Baptists churches partner to provide water for struggling Liberian community
by Analiz Schremmer on April 10, 2017 in news
Not everyone has easy access to one of the most basic resources – water.
About 25,000 people in Brewerville, Liberia have to walk five to 10 miles a day to get drinking water. Sometimes, the water isn’t even clean.
Tom Howe, pastor of Birdville Baptist Church, in Fort Worth, learned of the need in Lott Carey Mission (LCM) through the donations his church made to the Texas Baptist Hunger Offering because LCM is one of the recipients.
The church was moved by the need in Liberia and decided to give to/p>/p>/p>/p>... [continue]