Some days serving at the University of North Texas are just plain hard. UNT is very different, in comparison to the college I attended. Most students do not care about God or want to engage in spiritual conversations. Full Story »
The kids in the feeding program I work with have been selected from families most in need. They burst through the classroom doors each day with so much energy and excitement. Full Story »
Truthfully, I do not know how else to describe the change that has taken place in my life. Through it all, God has still been faithful. Full Story »
When I was young, I struggled with being social and outgoing. I sit and wait around until someone would come and play with me. As I grew older, that started changing. As I got more involved in church activities, Christ starting removing timidity and all shyness from my life. Full Story »
Thousands of Hispanic Texas Baptist students from middle school through college will gather in Waco on March 28-30, 2013. Will you be one of them?
Each year, hundreds of young people embrace a relationship with Christ for the first time during Congreso. The Spirit of God is tangible.
Join with others across the state and see how the gospel impacts lives. Visit www.texasbaptists.org/congreso for more information.
ARLINGTON – Oct. 11 started out like any other day for Amy. She went from college class to class. Then a Christian classmate asked to go for a cup of coffee.
Amy admits she was relieved to be invited to coffee because she had questions swirling in her head that day, and she wanted to ask her classmate about them. Full Story »
Living the Christian life is not just about morals; it includes sharing the love of Jesus Christ in hopes that others will choose to follow Christ. We call it evangelism — sharing the good news. Full Story »