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Victor Rodriguez, 2011 BGCT President, giving the Presidential Address at the 2011 Annual Meeting of Texas Baptists in Amarillo, Texas. For more about the gathering go to http://texasbaptists.org/​annualmeeting.

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Bob Roberts, founder and Senior Pastor of NorthWood Church, speaks during an Igniting Hope session at the Annual Meeting of Texas Baptists Tuesday, October 25, 2011 in Amarillo, Texas. For more about the gathering go to texasbaptists.org/​annualmeeting.

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Faithful followers of Christ are called to care about the needs of the world’s hungry. The Texas Baptist Offering for World Hunger provides an excellent avenue to respond to that call. http://www.texasbaptists.org/worldhunger

Fifth Sunday Observance Video – Follow Christ’s Call, Feed the Hungry

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The Cooperative Program is a Missions Co-op that enables the 2.2 million people in the 5,700 Texas Baptist churches to work together to do more missions, ministry and evangelism in Texas and the world. Learn more at http://texasbaptists.org/cp.

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Wildfires have ravaged the area near Bastrop, Texas. Homes have been destroyed, and people have been forced to evacuate, leaving behind nearly everything they own. In the midst of it all, Texas Baptists are serving those in need, providing places to stay, food to eat, water to drink and a variety of other necessities.

At Bernard’s Creole Kitchen on the Baptist University of the  Americas campus, food is for sale, but second chances are plentiful and  free of charge. Here  the conversation is as often about the food’s delectable sauces and  seasonings as it is about life journeys, hopes and dreams. The small  eatery brings together people from all walks of life – politicians,  military personnel, the hungry, the hurting as well as BUA faculty,  staff and students.

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With military life comes frequent moves, deployment to war zones, changing family roles while a family member is away and the emotional strain experienced as a loved one may be in danger. Though the Rivers family has experienced all of this at some point during the last few years, they feel that military life is exactly the life God has placed before them and they gladly and faithfully serve in this position.

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