October 27, 2015
Cover Story: Marriage Heroes
The two largest Sunday school departments at Fort Worth’s Travis A...
October 13, 2015
Do Something: Six ‘average, everyday’ women pull off community-wide pro...
September 28, 2015
Cover Story: Hurricane Rita
A Decade Later
Terry Wright and a disaster relief team were in La Place,...
September 15, 2015
Reach Texas Missions Offering emphasis slated for late September; $1.3 million-goal set
September 1, 2015
Shaken but not crushed
SBTC Disaster Relief Teams minister in Nepal, see fruit
A four-year-old girl ...
August 12, 2015
Cover Story: Mercy Clinic
Free medical clinic connects church with neighbors
Rebekah Naylor devoted ...
July 28, 2015
Go and Make Disciples
Collegiate Interns Engage Texas Campuses with the Gospel
Almost every day of t...
July 15, 2015
Cover Story: Hanging in the Balance
Court Rulings Define New Age for Religious Convictions, Liberties...
June 14, 2015
Cover Story: Agents of Mercy:
First seminary prison program in Texas graduates 33 inmates
Robed in c...
May 13, 2015
Cover Story: Persecuted Church
Global Stories of Christianity in the Crosshairs
Although Christians ...
April 28, 2015
Cover Story: Prepared for the worst
Seventy-five volunteers representing 20 churches across Tex...
April 14, 2015
Cover Story: BLACK & WHITE
Racial Reconciliation = Gospel Imperative
The gospel of Jesus i...
Wednesday, September 23rd
For SBTC pastors Bart Barber of Farmersville and Dwight McKissic of Arlington, next month’s presidential election is an opportunity to exercise not only their right to vote, but also to disagree [...]
Tuesday, September 22nd
AUSTIN—COVID-19 may have impeded some traditional avenues of evangelism, but it hasn’t stopped the gospel’s advance.
Rick Pittman, a member of Great Hills Baptist Church in Austin, [...]
Monday, September 21st
EAST ASIA Abby Cavanaugh* had grown up hearing the story of how Jesus multiplied a little boy’s lunch to feed a whole crowd, but on Sept. 15, she got a whole new look at how he can take sm [...]