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WACO – The Baptist General Convention of Texas Executive Director Search Committee will nominate David Hardage to serve as the next leader of the convention. Full Story »

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Uttermost. Urgency. Ukraine. Unimaginable. Music Missions break though barriers in Ukraine to share a message of hope through a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Texas Baptists have opportunities to respond through the work of the Holy Spirit as witnesses of the gospel message “in Jerusalem, and in all Judaea and Samaria, and unto the uttermost part of the earth” through a partnership with the Singing Men of Texas, a ministry of the Music and Worship Team of the Baptist General Convention of Texas, and Michael Gott International. Full Story »

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AMARILLO – This Oct. 24-26, the Baptist General Convention of Texas will unveil its new annual meeting fast-pace format designed to present a wide variety of cutting-edge ministry ideas and offer ways to help Texas Baptists expand and improve their efforts to share the hope of Christ throughout the state and beyond. Full Story »

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Throughout the history of humanity, two factors repeatedly have hindered the spread of the gospel – culture and language. Thanks to a new cutting-edge technology, one of those will be shattered in the most significant way since Pentecost. Full Story »

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The 2010 Census shows Texas population now numbers 25,145,561. That is an increase of 4,293,741 over the year 2000. This gain is approximately equal to the population for the state of Kentucky! View or access data directly from the U.S. Census Bureau.

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What’s easy to get into but hard to get out of?
Student loan debt. If you earned a bachelor’s degree and are in your mid-twenties, this is your number one answer. College is a life-changing experience, but most students are not financially prepared when they decide to enroll in classes. Full Story »

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Texas Baptist Adult Choir Celebrations are held annually in various locations around the state. Adult Choirs have an opportunity to meet with other choirs and work on festival music in a large choir setting with Dr. Tim Studstill, Director of the Music & Worship Team of The Baptist General Convention of Texas. Dr. Studstill is an experienced clinician in adult choir music ministry. A Parade of Choirs is scheduled to allow the choirs to sing for each other, if desired. There is no adjudication. The celebrations concludes with a worship time led by the clinician and features the festival music.

Select either of the two dates below for more information

First Baptist Church, Arlington – March 24-25, 2014

Southcrest Baptist Church, Lubbock – March 27-28, 2014