Preacher Dan Trevino regularly hears nightmare stories from young people detained along the border — many of whom have found Christ in services held at a U.S. Air Force base where they’re being held.

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Texas Baptists are seeking funds, Spanish-language Bibles, shoes and volunteers willing to help provide medical and other services for immigrant children detained on the nation’s southern border.  

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American Baptist Churches USA and Texas Baptists have issued calls for volunteers for projects around the nation.

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Baptist pastors recall how the April 2 shootings that killed three soldiers felt tragically familiar, and how they and their ministries immediately responded to meet the spiritual needs of their congregations and the Army base.

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Dream inspires student at Sugar Land Baptist Church in Texas to urge the congregation to support clean-water ministry efforts around the globe.

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Youth are pulled in infinite directions simultaneously and have vast quantities of information at their disposal. Silence can be a rare and exotic experience. 

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Wednesday, 19 February 2014 17:28

At 10, Facebook making major ministry impact

Since its inception a decade ago, Facebook has become nearly indispensable to many churches and ministries.

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You actually have asked two separate “right or wrong” questions. One concerns whether it is right or wrong to tell a “little white lie” to a child if it brings happiness. Parents avoid telling their children the absolute truth all the time. Usually, this is done when the parents determine the child does not need to know the truth, or when the child is not mature enough for the whole truth, or even when the absolute truth would hurt or discourage the child.
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Thursday, 09 August 2007 00:08

RIGHT OR WRONG: Just a little gambling?

My husband won a trip to Las Vegas. If we set a strict limit on how much money we bet, would it be wrong if we gambled a little bit while we are there?
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A church member recently donated a book to our church library. But a question has been raised about the book's appropriateness for the library. If we don't shelve the book, we will be accused of censorship. How should we determine the appropriateness of the book?
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