Ministry Relationships with Other Organizations

In order to keep missions and evangelism at the forefront of our work, the Southern Baptists of Texas Convention seeks ministry relationships of like belief and compatible mission to extend the ministry of affiliated churches. Our working relationships with educational institutions, family care ministries, and other related ministries allow us to provide full service to churches without building new institutions.

AFFILIATED MINISTRIES

Criswell College was SBTC's first affiliated relationship. CC is affiliated with our state convention and provides accredited Bachelor of Arts and Masters-level courses of study with a biblical base.

Jacksonville College is a two year college started by the Baptist Missionary Association of Texas. The college affiliated with SBTC in 2004.

The Texas Baptist Home is committed to the Family. This ministry exists to protect the sanctity of human life and to promote the preservation of the family.



RELATED MINISTRIES 

Houston Baptist University is a Christian liberal arts school started and supported by Texas Southern   Baptists. HBU began its relationship with SBTC in 2003.

Baptist Credit Union is a member-owned financial cooperative. They exist solely to serve their members with savings and loan products and services. Baptist Credit Union began its relationship with SBTC in 2008.

The Baptist Missionary Association of Texas (BMAT) consists of nearly 400 Baptist churches across the state of Texas. BMAT operates the Texas Baptist Home for Children, a state missions department, and a bimonthly publication, Baptist Progress, in Waxahachie, Texas. Jacksonville College, BMAT's two-year college, is located in Jacksonville, Texas. Contact BMAT at 632 Farley Street, Waxahachie, TX 75165, or by phone at 972.935.0755.

Conference of Texas Baptist Evangelists (COTBE) desires to provide a safe haven of fellowship and encouragement for the Vocational Evangelist and to be an encouragement to the pastor and the church staff. COTBE began its relationship with the SBTC in 2014.

The Korean Baptist Fellowship of Texas shares a related ministry relationship with the SBTC. This relationship allows us to work together in a variety of ministries including church planting, training, missions, and fellowship. Contact them at 1017 Erie St., Carrolton, TX 75006, or by phone 972.466.1955. 

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