Helping the church do church.
Our mission is to engage Texas college students, introduce them to Christ and facilitate opportunities for their relationship with Him to grow throughout the Baptist Student Ministry and church-based college ministry.
becky.barnes [at] texasbaptists.org
To serve as a resource to Texas Baptist churches and associations to create an increase in available, truly called and well-equipped bi-vocational pastors by catering to their specific needs and circumstances.
ira.antoine [at] texasbaptists.org
We exist to assist churches during the period between pastors. Initial consulting about the interim period, referrals for pulpit supply and interim preachers, Intentional Interim Ministry presentations, and pastor search committee training are all availab
patti.adams [at] texasbaptists.org
We connect and assign churches to specific projects along the Texas/Mexico border as well as in the top 10 most populated cities of Mexico. We also provide training for missions groups and leadership conferences.
gloria.tillman [at] texasbaptists.org
Often times, chaplains are there in times of emotional, spiritual and physical need and are best equipped to minister and offer the peace and reassurance that comes from faith in Christ when people are in desperate need.
eric.whitmore [at] texasbaptists.org
Churches face a variety of issues that are unique to the context of a house of worship. From child safety concerns, to property issues, employment issues, church governance and many other issues, churches are faced with a broad array of legal problems.
david.adams [at] texasbaptists.org
Demographics & Statistics
Good decisions are based on good information. We have been assigned to research, analyze and interpret data retrieved from the Texas Baptists’ centralized data base, Annual Church Profiles, demographic data sets and other information data sets.
clay.price [at] texasbaptists.org
The Texas Baptist Historical Collection exists to collect, preserve, and communicate the history of Baptists in Texas and to assist institutions, associations, churches, and individuals in understanding the impact that historical events have had on their
alan.lefever [at] texasbaptists.org
Hundreds of groups offer training for ministers, but only a few provide accredited degree programs. Training for ministers is offered at various locations and levels depending on your academic background and goals in ministry preparation.
bill.tillman [at] texasbaptists.org