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Would you like to put a missionary on a college campus? Buy food for hungry Texas children? Start a church that will share the gospel with those who have yet to embrace a relationship with Christ? Full Story »


CONROE – Todd Howard can hardly believe his eyes. No one wanted the dresser before him. It was dilapidated and dirty, worn and worthless. Even when it was brought to a warehouse stacked full of items people were discarding, it sat near the bottom of the pile. Full Story »

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SAN ANTONIO – Standing at the start of its second century of existence, the Hispanic Baptist Convention of Texas is seeking to go “adelante” – forward, impacting communities across the state with the gospel. Full Story »

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DALLAS – Through the first quarter of 2011, gifts to missions through the Texas Baptist Cooperative Program – the primary giving channel of Texas Baptists – are running at 98.9 percent of the convention’s budget. Full Story »

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MCALLEN – Baptist General Convention of Texas Annual Meeting messengers approved a 2011 convention budget of $38 million — $35.850 million coming from anticipated Texas Cooperative Program receipts and $2.15 million from investment income. Full Story »

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MCALLEN – Texas Baptists will gather in the Rio Grande Valley for the first time for their annual meeting Nov. 8-10, spreading the hope of Christ throughout the region as well as being encouraged and empowered to share the gospel when they return home. Full Story »

Texas Baptists honored for church starting efforts

The Southern Baptist Convention North American Mission Board recently honored Texas Baptists for starting more congregations in 2009 than any other state group. Full Story »