Former WMU of Texas President Earl Ann Bumpus's dedication to WMU began with her mother, Cleota Lenert, in Fort Walton Beach, Florida. Today, decades later, Cleota's legacy is still impacting missions minded women around the country.
Nehemiah wasn't clergy or a deacon. He was simply a cupbearer willing to be used by God through his brokenness.
In the midst of life today, we must look for what we can be thankful for. What are you thankful for?
Seeing how God brought us all together with varying levels of skills and abilities to make a difference in the lives of a family, the neighborhood, and the community is something I’ll never forget.
I don’t know about you, but it seems like I’m finding myself going in several directions at once lately. What about you? Here are a few words to bring inner peace back to your soul.
It is far better to be chosen by God than people. His love for us provides the example of how to live our lives in love and reflect His love to others. Our purpose is to love others and share Christ as we go each day.
With our world in the condition it is in, I want to share a few quotes and thoughts I have come across to get us thinking about the importance of continuing to grow our relationship with Christ.
It may not be easy or convenient, but Christ has given us our “marching orders” to not be idle but to be His hands, feet, and voice to our hurting state.
The call is now for all Texas Baptists to join together. I Am Texas Missions! What will you do?
This can be a great year if we are faithful to pray for our children, grandchildren, and all children from head to toe!
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