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Dallas, TX
5/1/15 – 5/2/15
Mother’s Day
Hunger Offering

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5/10/15
Bike Out Hunger
Boerne, TX
5/11/15 – 5/16/15
4xFour Clinic
Houston, TX
5/16/15
Disaster Recovery
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Font des Negres, Haiti
5/21/15 – 5/28/15

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Texas Baptist Disaster Recovery Update on Nepal Earthquake

by Kalie Lowrie — April 27, 2015

In response to the devastation experienced in Nepal following the 7.9 earthquake on April 25, Texas Baptist Disaster Recovery has been in communication with several partnering Baptist entities worldwide. TBDR leaders have been working with Asia Pacific Baptist Federation and Baptist World Aid through the Baptist World Alliance to receive updates and coordinate aid.

Funds are being collected through TBDR, (Click here to give) which will be appropriated to our Baptist partners in Nepal as needs are expressed.

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First Baptist Church, Weslaco, is doing so much to reach their community. They wanted the things they are doing to not only be an overgrowth of their fellowship, but also be a part of what God is already doing. Currently, they are working to improve their warming station, as well as finding new ways to reach young believers and their families.

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At Texas Baptists, we’re resetting for our future as we continue to be people who are fully committed and invested in both the Great Commission and the Great Commandment. The restructuring is based on the new philosophy of how Texas Baptists will work for and with churches, institutions and mission organizations.

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txb.life is a new publication created to identify events and ministries within Texas Baptists resources that will help you, as a church and community leader, impact those who God puts in your path. Events and topics are broken down by ministry emphasis to give you a snapshot into what’s upcoming and trending in your area of service.

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Two years ago Principal Marta Plata of Manuel Jara Elementary School realized her staff of excellent teachers and leaders could work tirelessly every year to seek to educate their students and empower them to be the best they could be. However, without positive reinforcement at home, many of the lessons taught in the classroom would not change the behaviors of their students.

Through collaboration with Primera Baptist Church in Fort Worth, Plata was able to begin a program called Parent University, which is a 13-week curriculum educating parents on the 40 developmental assets that will help their children succeed. Read more…

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