h1-arrowGive Onlineh1-arrow

donor bridge banner image - 4

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 »


Give to the PEPE Project

(This letter has been translated. It’s from Dora Isabel Alvarado de Collantes, National Coordinator of PEPE in Peru.)

Beloved brothers and sisters,
Once again, I share great news about the PEPE ministry (Programa de Educacion Pre Escolar)/Preschool Education Program in Peru. This program was started as a means of providing faith-based education to children that live in extreme poverty and whose access to education is very limited. By the grace of God we now have 38 PEPE units, more than 80 missionary volunteers who serve as educators as well as coordinators, 836 children, 554 families that have been ministered to, 166 adults as well as 454 children that attend Sunday school, 25 in discipleship, 9 baptisms and we hold a regional training every month. Full Story »

texas fires

Wildfires in Central Texas have destroyed more than 1,000 homes, affecting the lives of a multitude of people. Texas Baptists churches are attempting to reach out to those affected by the fires and help however possible. A Texas Baptist Men feeding unit is preparing 5,000 meals for roughly 1,000 firefighters combating the blaze. Full Story »


DALLAS – Texas Baptists are giving $25,000 through a group of East Texas churches to help victims of the East Africa famine.

The convention is giving $20,000 from its disaster relief funds and $5,000 from the Texas Baptist Offering for World Hunger to TEAM – The Ethiopian Aid Mission, a consortium of primarily Texas Baptist congregations who have been serving in Ethiopia for more than three years. The coalition will work with Ethiopian congregations to insure that people who need food receive it. Full Story »

vans for japan featured image 2

An 8.7-magnitude earthquake struck Japan March 11, setting off water waves as high as 30 feet high that washed as far as six miles inland. Hundreds of people have been confirmed dead and hundreds more are missing. Texas Baptists is helping Japan Baptist Convention purchase six vans to help with relief efforts following the earthquake and tsunami there. Find out how you can get involved. Full Story »

Default star image

DALLAS – In year filled with economic-induced pain for many, Texas Baptists reached out to the hungry like never before. Full Story »

Default star image

Texas Baptist Men was allocated a $10,000 Texas Hope 2010 Care Grant Jan. 14 for disaster relief. Full Story »