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School started today for many young people across the state. Through a partnership between your church, Texas Baptists and Dallas Baptist Association, one school received an extra boost. Watch Video Now »

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Never thinking God would challenge me as I walked the streets of London alone taking pictures of the less likely thought as art, creativity that covered the walls from street to street. Full Story »

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1) How did your church first get started working with your local schools? Full Story »

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In the wake of two teen suicides and 20 student drug overdoses in the 2010-2011 school year, Hip Hop Hope Missions, an outreach program of Eyes On Me Inc, responded to a call from a local missionary, pastor and High School assistant principle and reached into a community to serve the students of Royal High School. Full Story »

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Gary Henneke, Pastor of Frelsburg Baptist Church of New Ulm, Texas joined 140 volunteers who served during the recent “Loving Oklahoma” event. Gary is a trained NOVA Chaplain and joined to see how his training could be of assistance on the field. Gary wrote the below account of his experiences and concluded that Chaplains are very much so needed as Disaster Recovery teams continue to serve in areas affected by disasters. Gary stated “We certainly need to be the “hands and feet” of Jesus during these times but we must not also forget to be the “eyes and ears” of Our Lord during these recovery events.” Gary worked with “Field of Teams.” A ministry in El Reno/Yukon that is helping farmers with debris clean up and fence building. Full Story »

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Mounds of glue sticks, construction paper, pencils, and backpacks line store shelves, signaling the fast approaching start of a new school year. Full Story »