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Texas Baptist Hunger Offering and Disaster Recovery help bring relief during Ebola crisis
by Leah Allen — September 29, 2014
DALLAS - Through funding from the Texas Baptist Hunger Offering, Texas Baptists Disaster Recovery (TBDR) and Restore Hope are sending food and supplies to areas that are experiencing starvation due to the Ebola crisis.
In Liberia and Sierra Leone, many farmers have contracted the Ebola virus and died causing farm workers to lose their jobs. In-country prices have escalated since less food is being produced.
CNN reported in a recent article that the number of Ebola cases could rise to between 550,000 and 1.4 million by January if there are no additional interventions or changes in community behavior, an estimate derived from…
Seeking the Word & Will of God
Dr. James C. Denison
President of Center for Informed Faith
A discussion of Biblical Considerations for Women in Ministry
Todd D. Still, Ph.D.,
Associate Professor of Christian Scriptures, Truett Seminary
Baptist Women in the U.S.
A Selected Bibliography from 1970 to 2005
The Ordination of Women
Director of Pastoral Care for Cook Children’s Hospitals
Biblical Basis for Women
Associate Professor of Religion, Baylor University
Dr. Dowd speaks on the biblical basis for women in ministry based on the Pauline tradition.
Biblical Imperatives for Women in Ministry
Dr. George Mason
Senior Pastor of Wilshire Baptist Church, Dallas Texas
Dr. George Mason speaks on a pastoral perspective as to the role of women in ministry in today’s culture.