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30 Ways to be on Mission
30 Ways to be on Mission 1. Adopt an Elementary School, Provide for Needs of Families 2. Adopt a Nursing Home 3. Plant a Community Garden 4. Volunteer at a Local Outreach of Food Bank 5. Give Water and Snacks out at Area Parks 6. Visit Homes 7. Community Cleanup 8. Engage the International Population Living in Your Community 9. Op...
Texas Baptists Disaster Recovery begins response to the Central-Southeast Tornadoes and Floods
This week, we have experienced multi-state and location tornados and storms resulting in various types damage. We have heard that these storms are compared to a large hurricane event. When an event is multi-faceted like this, we must wait, assess and seek the Lord's guidance on when and where to mobilize volunteers. It is times lik...
Student disaster recovery responds to Tulsa tornadoes
In response to Wednesday night's tornadoes that brought devastation to many homes and families in Tulsa, Oklahoma, BOUNCE Student Disaster Recovery has announced a mission opportunity for students to help the city in its road to recovery. Reports from CNN reveal the storms took one life, left dozens injured across the state and ca...
Disaster Recovery prepares to respond to Van tornado destruction
A deadly tornado, which struck the Texas town of Van Sunday, May 10, has affected 204 total homes. Texas Baptists Disaster Recovery (TBDR) is on the ground assessing damage and preparing to begin volunteer mobilization.According to the Red Cross, 62 homes were destroyed, 56 made inhabitable, 41 received minor damage, and 45 were ot...
Missions update showcases wide range of Texas Baptists partnerships
The Tuesday afternoon worship session at the Texas Baptists Annual Meeting featured a broad update on many of the missions efforts the convention has identified as priorities. Without the generosity of convention churches, none of these projects would be possible. without the generosity of convention churches, the first order of bu...
UPDATE: Volunteer teams needed for N. Texas tornado damage
Volunteer teams are needed! If your church group would like to assist in debris clearing and clean-up, see the information below: Volunteer in Rowlett: Texas Baptists Disaster Recovery is coordinating volunteers for the City of Rowlett. Call 214-537-7358 for hours of operation before you depart and to discover your team's work ass...