EQUIP to go virtual
Every church wants to see their current leaders develop into better leaders. That's where EQUIP comes in. EQUIP is a conference designed for the local church and offers leadership training in all aspects of ministry.LEARN MORE
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We’re biblically based, kingdom focused, and missionally driven. We want to make a deeper impact that reaches our communities and the world.
We exists to facilitate, extend and enlarge the Great Commission ministries of the Southern Baptist Convention and Southern Baptist churches and associations of Texas, upon the authority of God’s inerrant Word to the glory of God the father, under the Lordship of Jesus Christ, and by the empowerment of the Holy Spirit.
Together, we can do what no church can do alone.
SBTC DR Provides Meals for People Affected by Hurricane Hanna in the Rio Grande Valley
McALLEN—Hurricane Hanna made landfall as a category 1 storm along the Texas Gulf Coast the evening of Saturday, July 25, adding another level of trauma to an area already suffering from a surge in coronavirus cases and hospitalizations.READ MORE
Pray for Your Missionaries-in-Waiting
Over the past few months, my morning routine has consisted of the same few activities: exercising, reading Scripture, and browsing through news sites of my country of service. Every day I hope to catch something—anything—about borders reopening or visas being issued. So far, my browsing hasn’t produced any results.READ MORE
Prestonwood Pregnancy Center Opens Across the Street from Planned Parenthood
DALLAS—The goal of Prestonwood Pregnancy Center is to be available to as many people as possible, letting them know the options they have when encountering an unplanned pregnancy, according to director Leanne Jamieson. To better accomplish that goal, Prestonwood Pregnancy Center, launched by Prestonwood Baptist Church in 1991, has opened its second location directly across from the largest Planned Parenthood abortion center in Dallas.READ MORE
Church Planter John Powell Dies in Roadside Accident
John Powell, pastor of Emmanuel Baptist Church in New Caney, died late Saturday, July 18, when he was struck by a semi while he was helping stranded motorists on the side of the road. Powell leaves behind his wife, Katherine, and four young children: Gunner, Bennett, Ada Kate and Reese. A GoFundMe has raised over $140,000 at publication time.READ MORE
Hope to Refugees in Uganda
Trauma-healing ministry uses storytelling to share biblical truth. More than 120,000 people live in the Rhino Camp Refugee Settlement in Uganda.IMB missionaries are using a trauma-healing curriculum to share oral Bible studies that can be spread across the camp and help hurting families find healing in the gospel.READ MORE