Read about how you and your church can engage in the mental health conversation and help those in your area suffering from mental illness. Click below to read stories spotlighted in the summer edition of TX Baptists, including features on Mental Health and the Church, a minister’s view point, a church’s model and a first-hand account of a ministry family’s struggle with mental illness and their road to recovery.
A campground committed to the Lord: How Go Now students are sharing the Gospel in Spain
by Kalie Lowrie on July 28, 2016 in news
Priscille Murphy and Naraim Enriquez are serving as Go Now missionaries at Alfa & Omega camp in Denia this summer, watching the Lord at work in mighty ways in a region where Christianity is scarce.
Almost 60 years ago, American missionaries established Alfa & Omega camp on the southern coast of Spain, in the town of Denia. At the time of its establishment, Christians in the region were under persecution for their faith and the Iglesia Evangelica Bautista La Trinidad connected with the camp only had a/p>... [continue]
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TX Baptists Magazine
In this edition of TX Baptists magazine, we are spotlighting how you and your church can help break the silence on mental health. Also, read stories about the power of partnerships in planting a new church, why singing is integral in worship, why ministers should have an annual mental health checkup and more!