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ron hall

AMARILLO – When Ron Hall read Luke 10, he used to “wear out” the Levite and priest who passed by the injured man on the road without offering to help. He pondered how they could do such a thing, how they could ignore the need before them. Full Story »

ed stetzer

AMARILLO – God’s mission in the world is “to be glorified by making Himself known” and is source for mission work, said Ed Stetzer, vice president of research and ministry development at Lifeway Christian Resources. Full Story »

texas baptists launch online global locator

AMARILLO – Texas Baptists put a high-tech spin on a 2,000-year-old mandate Monday night in Amarillo when Elizabeth Biedrzycki, special projects coordinator, unveiled Be On Mission, the convention’s new online global mission locator tool. Full Story »

messenger voting

AMARILLO – Messengers to the Baptist General Convention of Texas Annual Meeting elected Jerry Carlisle, pastor of First Baptist Church in Plano, president Oct. 25. Full Story »

Bob_Roberts

AMARILLO – The Great Commission can be fulfilled within the century or even possibly within the decade, according to Bob Roberts, pastor of NorthWood Church in Keller. Full Story »

be heroes for texans

AMARILLO – When Brandon Wright crashed his motorcycle into a car pulling out of a Logan, Utah parking lot, he became wedged under the car before it and Wright’s motorcycle caught fire. Seeing the incident, a few people rushed to his aid but couldn’t pull him out. They tried to lift the car off him but couldn’t. Full Story »

g5 discusses hell

AMARILLO – Images of darkness, eternal torment and fiery flames usually don’t rank high on the “greatest hits list” for sermons or conversations. But when it comes to evangelism — and the responsibility to stay true to the gospel — the reality of hell is one that fifth generation Texas Baptist leaders must not neglect, according to leaders. Full Story »