vol 7 issue 4


Expanding buildings to expand ministries


Churches around the state are choosing to allocate new, bigger spaces to their service ministries. ...

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Fostering love


Read about how First Baptist Church of Mineral Wells is rallying around foster families in their community and why they believe this ministry is so important...

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Healthy families = Healthy churches


Eron Green explains the importance of promoting healthy foster and adoptive families within the church. ...

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Making a macro-impact on the foster care crisis in Texas


Learn more about David Ummel, the leader of the new Faith Fosters Texas initiative, and how he believes Texas Baptists can make a big impact on the foster care crisis...

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Fixing an ailing system


Representatives from a variety of Texas Baptists institutions are joining together and encouraging churches to get involved with foster care and foster family ministry. ...

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One hundred years of Baptist Student Ministry


As BSM celebrates its 100th anniversary, take a look at the history of BSM and how it they continues to transform college students across Texas. ...

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New neighborhoods provide new opportunities in Amarillo through church planting


Brad and Sarah Newman knew they felt called to plant a church. They were already active members and family pastors in their own church, South Georgia Baptist Church, in Amarillo, TX. Furthermore, the Newmans had been involved with a church plant in Denver, where they had learned how to set up a new church. They began looking at options all over the country, waiting for God to call them somewhere. ...

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