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Hope in hospitality

HUNTSVILLE – The two young men had spent the day listening to music and weaving beaded bracelets. Laughing and talking, they were rather nonchalant about the whole affair. Full Story »

Church reaches forgotten areas of New York City with help of Texas Baptist Hunger funds

NEW YORK – On the corner of Avenue D and 7th, a woman is pulling soda cans out of the trash and putting them into a grocery bag to sell later for a few cents. She stands in the shadow of high-rises and less than two miles from the famous luxury shops on Fifth Ave. It’s what some call a tale of two cities and one church seeks to be the bridge between the two. Full Story »

Family no matter where they live

WORCESTER, Mass. – When Josh Brownfield’s son was born, he told plenty of people about it. He showed them pictures. He relayed stories. But the pastor of Worcester Baptist Church shared the news with one group of people that stood out from all the others. They’re half a continent away. They’re not even related to him. But they’re definitely family. Full Story »

New England church

WORCESTER, Mass. – When Josh Brownfield’s son was born, he told plenty of people about it. He showed them pictures. He relayed stories. But the pastor of Worcester Baptist Church shared the news with one group of people that stood out from all the others. They’re half a continent away. They’re not even related to him. But they’re definitely family. Full Story »

Texas Baptist wins BJC essay contest

WASHINGTON – A Texas Baptist student won the grand prize in this year’s Religious Liberty Essay Scholarship Contest, sponsored by the Religious Liberty Council of the Baptist Joint Committee. Full Story »

Filling a stomach, changing a life

CLIFTON – For more than 10 months of the year, local children from lower income homes know they can turn to their local school for a minimum of one nutritious meal a day. Full Story »

Texas Baptists honored for church starting efforts

The Southern Baptist Convention North American Mission Board recently honored Texas Baptists for starting more congregations in 2009 than any other state group. Full Story »