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GRAPEVINE – As American society moves more and more into post-Christian thought, Christians must be equipped and ready to share the hope of Christ in ways that engage and love these people. Full Story »

BOERNE – Pastors, the children are listening. Full Story »

DALLAS – Texas Baptists have helped a medical team from Baylor Hospital go serve in Haiti and has other small, specialized disaster response groups lined up to do likewise, including a Texas Baptist Men assessment team. Full Story »

BROWNWOOD — Two freshmen girls at Howard Payne University did not shower for six days in mid-January. It was not because they were lazy, but rather it was specifically to raise money for a relief effort for Haiti after hearing about the aftereffects of the 7.0 earthquake that hit on Jan. 12. Full Story »

SAN ANTONIO – Baptist University of the Americas has stepped forward to become the lead partner with Texas Baptists on the Immigration Service and Aid Center Project, which seeks to equip churches to work within the law to help people with their citizenship issues. Full Story »

MIDLOTHIAN – On Feb. 12-14, more than 200 students and leaders from every corner of Texas will gather at First Baptist Church for Go Now Missions Discovery Weekend, a time for students to worship, learn about God’s heart for the nations, minister to the local community and seek the Lord about serving on summer or semester missions this year. Full Story »

GEORGETOWN – Crestview Baptist Church are seeking to give “a gift of hope” to its community. Full Story »