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DALLAS – This year’s Texas Baptists’ Youth Evangelism Conference, contained a new feature, and it was not just the Grammy-award winning band Switchfoot or illusionist Brock Gill. On June 25, 35 churches joined with nine area ministries to “take the street” by serving and sharing the hope of Christ in a tangible way. Full Story »

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Near the hills of Monte Plata in the Dominican Republic sit four brightly colored cottages in sherbet orange, sky blue, banana yellow and mint green. These cottages may look like any typical stucco, flat-roofed Dominican home, but from inside these cottages flows a river of hope and love. Full Story »

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Singing Hills 3rd Annual Job Fair
“Job well done” is the sentiment of the job fair planners and participants of the 3rd Annual Job Fair at the “Exciting Singing Hills” Baptist Church in the South Oak Cliff, a community in south Dallas. Full Story »

Community Care-Aquaponics

I am so grateful to have had the opportunity to host a cohort from the Community Seeds Ministry in Lone Oak and visit the Growing Power Workshop in Milwaukee, Wis., recently. More than 100 participants from around the country and the globe met there to witness and experience the food revolution. Full Story »

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Timothy Keller, in his book, Generous Justice: How God’s Grace Makes Us Just, connects the grace of God with the divine concern for justice. And he does so in a way that connects with Baptists – he builds his case from Scripture. Full Story »

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We are in a food fight, a fight between two narratives about food, says Walter Brueggemann. Who gets it and how much and who decides? Full Story »

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SAN ANTONIO – Standing at the start of its second century of existence, the Hispanic Baptist Convention of Texas is seeking to go “adelante” – forward, impacting communities across the state with the gospel. Full Story »