Newsletter
October 2002

 



 
Bridge Out
by Rev. W. Allen Thomason
The bridge over the creek is out. It has been ever since I moved here two years ago.
Last Saturday, I arrived at church to find a massive mound of garbage on our parking lot, surrounded by trucks from Waster Management and a couple of fire engines.
Rudy Camacho, a longtime leader in both the Baptist General Convention of Texas and the Hispanic Baptist Convention of Texas, will be nominated for first vice president of the BGCT this fall.
Bob Campbell will be nominated for a second term as president of the Baptist General Convention of Texas when it meets in Waco Nov. 11-12.
Etica y Misiones
By Joe E. Trull
Ethics and missions. How do they relate?

Is America a “Christian nation”? Historically, Baptists have never believed that a nation could be Christian.

Texas Baptists do not have to create the framework for a world missions network.
Debbie Ferrier, a layperson with extensive involvement in church and denominational endeavors, will be nominated for second vice president of the Baptist General Convention of Texas.
The coordinator of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of Mississippi (CBF-MS) warned Southern Baptists of the dangers of fundamentalism, and urged them to “find their voice” in taking a stand for freedom and the love of Christ.
Messengers will vote on the creation of a world missions network as a not-for-profit affiliate of the BGCT at the annual state convention in Waco, November 11-12.
I proudly serve as pastor to a multiracial congregation today because of the courageous stand Second Baptist Church, Little Rock, took 45 years ago ...
Uncooperative Baptists
By John D. Pierce
When the Southern Baptist Convention formally decides to withdraw from membership in the Baptist World Alliance (and be assured they will) only the most naïve or uninformed will be surprised.
The heartbeat of Baptists has always been missions.

 

“Texas Baptists need a missionvision that recognizes missions
as the responsibility of everychurch and every Christian.”

– Missions Review and Initiatives Committee Report

 

 


A New Kit for Your Church’s History

 

Baptist General Convention of Texas
Annual Meeting
November 11-12, 2002
Waco, Texas

HOW TO REGISTER AS A MESSENGER

PROPOSED AGENDA

Vote for These BGCT Leaders: Campbell, Camacho and Ferrier

 


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