Members of the worship band Addison Road are enjoying their ride into prominence in Christian music. But ministering to students remains the group’s focus.
As a result of a recent Baptist General Convention-sponsored hunger conference in Del Rio and a partnership with the city of Del Rio, the First Baptist Church identified 1,099 people who
The volunteers at the food pantry of Redeeming Grace Baptist Church in San Antonio have a simple goal: No hungry people.
Alvin Gary told a Wayland Baptist University lecture audience he and his wife, Judy, spent 36 years as missionaries to Guadeloupe in the Caribbean because they
The Well Community in Dallas is seeking to be an avenue where mentally ill people can come to know the love of Christ. And the church hopes it can be a model for
By Bill Webb Word&Way Editor Jesus told a story about a man who was mugged as he traveled along along a dangerous stretch of road in Palestine. In fact, his attackers left him for dead. As Jesus told the story, the crime victim lay in
By Bill Webb Word&Way Editor CHILLICOTHE — When Norman Shands made a vow to God 65 years ago, he couldn’t have imagined that it would thrust him into the center of the civil rights movement in Atlanta. The vow
By Vicki BrownWord&Way News WriterWhile controversy continues to swirl around Mel Gibson's movie, "The Passion of the Christ," what effect, if any, has it created in Missouri Baptist churches?Plenty and in some unexpected ways.Several ministers agreed that perhaps the greatest and most surprising outcome is