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16) Although there is considerable mention of mission to Mexicans in the Annuals of the Southern Baptist Convention and of the Baptist General Convention of Texas produced between the end of the nineteenth century and the first decades of the twentieth century, these documents tend to portray a harmonious relationship between Anglo missionaries, pastors, and Mexican people that runs counter to the general attitude of Anglo Americans toward Mexican Americans in society at large-something that, as I argue in this article, warrants a measure of suspicion.
Gus Reyes, Director of the Christian Life Commission for the Baptist General Convention of Texas and Director of the NHCLC Education Directive, said, "I am thankful to participating universities for collaborating to encourage Hispanic students to Finish-the-Race toward educational attainment.
Thanks to his work and others like him, the Baptist General Convention of Texas never fell to the fundamentalists.
These plans came to fruition in November 1960, when a board of trustees was appointed for the college by the Baptist General Convention of Texas and the school was chartered.
And with plans to construct 1,000 houses in the next three years, the newly formed Haiti Housing Network is a partnership of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship, Conscience International, The Fuller Center for Housing and the Baptist General Convention of Texas.
Chartered in 1845 by the Republic of Texas and affiliated with the Baptist General Convention of Texas, Baylor is the oldest continuously operating institution of higher learning in the state.
Truett served the Baptist General Convention of Texas and his city in many ways.
AUSTIN, Texas, June 25 /PRNewswire/ -- The Baptist General Convention of Texas (BGCT) and Buckner International are partnering to create the Immigration Service and Aid Center (ISAAC) -- the first nationwide effort for local church-based ministry to help immigrants become U.