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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...
GIVE NOW WMU of Texas Hurricane Harvey Response The rain came down in torrents. The flood waters rose. The winds toppled trees, buildings, signs, and more. When the storm subsided, the damage revealed was staggering. How do you plan for an unanticipated natural disaster the magnitude of Hurricane Harvey?&nb...
Texas Baptists Worldwide
TEXAS BAPTIST WORLDWIDE The Texas Baptists Worldwide offering gives churches the opportunity to do missions and ministry from the heart of Texas to the ends of the earth. Through Worldwide, Texas Baptists can participate in global efforts unique to the Texas Baptists. Worldwide gifts are above and beyond Cooperative Program g...
TBMF celebrates 30 years of making a difference
DALLAS—The Texas Baptist Missions Foundation (TBMF) celebrated 30 years of giving toward missions and ministries with a luncheon held at Park Cities Baptist Church in Dallas. In 1984, TBMF began as a two-year experiment to raise additional funds for new churches. Thirty years later, the Foundation has worked with over 33,000 dif...
Disaster Recovery offers affordable Galveston mission trip and vacation for the whole family
During the week of July 26-31, Texas Baptists Disaster Recovery (TBDR) will be hosting its first-ever family mission trip to Galveston Island, where volunteers will have an opportunity to spend mornings on the worksite and afternoons on vacation. "While all ages and types of people are invited, we wanted to focus on 'families on m...
Hispanic Baptists urged to stand firm in faith
AUSTIN - An estimated 11 million Hispanics live in Texas, with projections of Hispanics becoming the largest ethnic group in the state within a decade. Currently, there are more than 1,100 Hispanic Baptist churches seeking to share the Gospel with this ever-increasing ethnic group. This year, Convencion Bautista Hispana de Texas wa...
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...
Executive board approves 2017 proposed budget, other business for upcoming Annual Meeting
The Executive Board of the Baptist General Convention of Texas convened September 26-27 in Dallas and approved numerous recommendations including the 2017 proposed budget of $36.638 million. Gerald Caldwell, chair of the Finance Committee, and Jill Larsen, Texas Baptists’ CFO, presented the estimated $29.6 million in Cooperat...
Texas Baptists encouraged to exceed Mary Hill Davis Offering goal to provide Harvey relief efforts
The Week of Prayer for Texas Missions and the Mary Hill Davis Offering is September 10-17, 2017. With a statewide goal of $3.6 million, the offering will go to support mission endeavors around Texas through strategic partnerships in 2018. In response to the destruction caused by Hurricane Harvey in South Texas, all gifts given abov...
TBMF to honor Robert Pinder, Robert Feather and FBC Belton
This year at the annual Mission Awards Luncheon, Texas Baptist Mission Foundation will honor Robert H. Pinder, Robert O. “Bob” Feather and First Baptist Church of Belton for the outstanding impact they have made in Texas Baptists ministry. The three awards given include the Adventurer Award for Leadership in Missi...
Texas Baptists compelled towards God’s will, word and work
WACO–More than 1,700 messengers and visitors attended the 132nd Texas Baptists Annual Meeting in Waco where they were equipped and encouraged to live compelled for Christ. Messengers adopted a 2018 total budget over $37 million, passed a number of resolutions, and through speaking, worship, workshops and fellowship, were urge...
Executive Board aims for agility in meeting needs, reaching next generation for Christ
DALLAS–The Executive Board of the Baptist General Convention of Texas approved a motion on Tuesday to form a committee to research ways in which the Convention could be more agile in response to emerging needs. “This is about finding a way to become quicker in responses and providing more of what our pastors and church...