The Dec. 26 tornadoes killed 11 and damaged or destroyed hundreds of homes in the Dallas area. Faith-based relief organizations are asking for funds and voluneers to help the survivors recover.

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Congregations in Texas must decide how they will respond to a new law that permits open carrying of firearms.

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While initial assessments are only just beginning, it’s possible the damage from the three twisters that killed 11 people in the Dallas area on Saturday may require a massive, long-term response.

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Combating poverty and violence only begins with addressing immediate problems, according to those who minister in these fields. 

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Rather than something to be avoided, tension can be a tool of spiritual growth for individuals and congregations.

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While not as ‘glamorous’ as reaching out to Millennials, attracting Boomers can revitalize the mission and ministries of churches, congregational coaches say.

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Leaders of churches and ministries say they could not function without volunteers who seek God through missions work.

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A former business exec turns his experience into an urban farming ministry aimed at providing physical and spiritual sustenance for those in need.

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A variety of Baptist groups are seeking ways to help those impacted by a month of wet, violent weather.

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Facing rain and flats, the riders pedaled 500 miles to raise funds for the Texas Baptist Hunger Offering.

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