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Coming Out of COVID: Strategy options for regathering the church
This resource is meant to guide local church possibilities after local authorities have provided opportunity for varying degrees of in-person worship services.VIEW RESOURCE
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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.
IMB temporarily relocates personnel due to COVID-19
As airlines cut flights and around the world countries went into lockdown due to COVID-19, some IMB missionaries found themselves unexpectedly back in the States.READ MORE
The Image of God and Justice
A young man, the same age as many of my students, shot in the street because neighbors thought he might be a person who matched a vague description of a reported thief.READ MORE
COVID-19 financial woes called ‘opportunity’ for pastors
GRAPEVINE—As a presidential economic advisor and head of the largest public endowment in America, Britt Harris has a unique perspective on the financial crisis caused by coronavirus. But it may surprise you.READ MORE
Online baptism, Lord’s Supper among webinar’s discussion topics
GRAPEVINE—Responses to the COVID-19 pandemic have varied among pastors in the Southern Baptists of Texas Convention.READ MORE
SBTC board members give thumbs up to contingency plan, praying for CP support
GRAPEVINE—Chairman Danny Forshee of Austin combined use of online technology with old school communication to walk Southern Baptists of Texas Convention Executive Board members through an abbreviated April 28 meeting. Using Zoom video conferencing, 36 of the 46 members participated from their homes or offices spread out across Texas, signaling with their thumbs up the approval of some motions.READ MORE