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2017 ANNUAL MEETING RESOLUTIONS
2017 Annual Meeting Resolutions Appreciation of Hosts Appreciation to the Convention Officers and Staff Racial Reconciliation International Religious Persecution Tragedy at First Baptist Church, Sutherland Springs Civil Discourse Sexual Harassment and Assault 2017 RESOLUTION I Appreciation of Hosts WHEREAS, churches and memb...
Ministry Profile: Christian Life Commission
Department: Christian Life Commission Staffers: Gus Reyes, Director; Ferrell Foster, Director of Ethics & Justice, Coordinator, Texas Baptist Hunger Offering; Kathryn Freeman, Director of Public Policy; Marilyn Davis, Congregational & Commission Specialist; Joyce Gilbreath, Hunger Offering Specialist; Julie Valentine, Mini...
Last 5th Sunday Hunger Offering of Year and New Video Released
Good news! The new Hunger Offering video is now released and ready to watch. “Texas Baptist Hunger Offering at work in Spain” highlights Iglesia Evangelica Bautista’s food pantry in Cerdanyola, Spain, a Hunger Offering ministry. The video introduces Antonia and Pedro, a couple who struggled financially...
Texas Baptist Hunger Offering celebrates 20 years of giving, totaling $15.5 million
The Texas Baptist Hunger Offering celebrated its 20th year connecting Texas Baptists churches to serve and support ministries that meet the immediate nutritional needs of people living in poverty and developing long term solutions. Through 20 years of giving, Texas Baptists have raised $15.5 million, which has been disbursed throug...
Being and finding a friend
You can't develop a friendship without, at some point, engaging in friendly behavior. Simple gestures including a smile, small talk and sitting with someone doesn't make you a friend, but rather provides companionship and a spark of godly love. God grows friendships. This growth requires our willingness to be used, to be selfless...
Seeing God at work through 50 years of River Ministry
In 1967, the Baptist General Convention of Texas recognized the 2 million people living along the border of Texas and Mexico as an important mission point and launched the Rio Grande Mission Thrust with $250,000 allocated for missions opportunities. Texas Baptists responded to the call of God to minister to those along the Rio Gran...