WACO – The resurrection of Christ continues to reverberate throughout inner city communities across the nation, according to presenters at the No Need Among You Conference. Full Story »
When a church recognizes that there is a great need for hunger relief in their local community, often their first reaction is that they think they need to start their own food pantry. Full Story »
Take a bow, Texas. You deserve applause on the issue of childhood hunger.
Three years ago, Texas ranked second worst in the nation on this critical issue. Today, we’ve climbed to 11th. We still have much, much work to do, but that is great progress. Full Story »
Ken Camp, managing editor of the Baptist Standard, has written a story from message delivered by Texas Baptist Pastor Michael Evans at the 2012 Christian Life Conference. Ken writes the following: Full Story »
WACO – A public policy expert told community ministry leaders the keys to being affective advocates with lawmakers are to define the problems that need addressing, to research the issues and to build coalitions with others who care about the issue. Full Story »
WACO — Children are not doing well in Texas, at least many are not. That’s the picture painted by Francis Deviney during the “No Need Among You” conference Friday, Sept. 16, in Waco. Full Story »