"Our hope is that it will serve pastors and their families, and they’ll be able to stay in the church they’re serving in and breathe easier.”
“Thank you for giving me the privilege and honor of serving our Texas Baptists family."
“I’m excited to continue the great work of the Texas Baptist Hunger Offering, to extend into new resources for the Offering, and to connect with more churches and ministry recipients as well,”
“The methods may be broken, but the mission is eternal. This is the opportunity to retool the methods so that the mission gets realized.”
The Pastor Sabbatical Grant Program aims to assist and encourage churches in providing sabbatical for their pastors.
“The heart of everything I’ve read and seen from the Rainers is wanting to see people know Christ and the local church excel for the kingdom of God,”
Liebrum’s life has been a testament to the impact of cooperative missions and ministry and the importance of institutional partnerships.
Approximately 20 middle school and high school students from First Baptist Church Plano will be volunteering at two local Plano residences, providing assistance and doing repairs on the homes as part of “BOUNCE Back Home Day of Service.”
The African American Ministry of Texas Baptists will host the African American Leadership Workshop (AALW) at George W. Truett Theological Seminary at Baylor University on March 6-7.