Policies of the BGCT
, however, constrained their use by BUSN and BUCM (in Houston), just as they constrained acceptance by BUH of Hill-Burton funds for hospital expansion (66).
4) Carroll played a major role in the change of venue for the 1897 BGCT
annual session, where Hayden first lost his seat in the convention, from Weatherford, only sixty miles from Dallas, to Temple, only forty-one miles from Waco.
His leadership of two great historic churches in Waco, his service in the work of the denomination as a pastor and as executive-secretary [director] of the BGCT
, his ministry as a writer and especially his role as a pastor, teacher, mentor, and friend to decades of college students at Baylor University should be remembered and recorded.
This article seeks to answer these questions by examining long-term baptism counts from 1950 to 2008 at both the SBC national level and the BGCT
James Semple, director of the BGCT
State Missions Commission and Jimmy Garcia, consultant in the Ethnic Missions Department of the State Missions Commission, welcomed, challenged, and pledged their support of the Yucatan campaigns.
The system, which has struggled financially for at least four years, is affiliated with the BGCT
, and the convention elects its trustees.
Chapter eight compares "Yesterday and Today," relating the Hayden controversy to what is happening today between the BGCT
and Southern Baptists of Texas (SBT).
priority has always been that we would do everything we could so that the residents of San Antonio can receive the health care they need.
In addition, the BGCT
never opposed the social Christianity emphases, the Baptist Standard editorship supported the Christian ethics involvements, and the department of Christian Ethics at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary supplied ministers who understood the ethics facets of the gospel.
This world missions network would create a way to connect churches and institutions with needs, opportunities and resources," said Charles Wade, BGCT
For examples of the prohibition activities of the Texas CLC, please see Storey, Texas, 15-38, or Proceedings of the Baptist General Convention of Texas (Dallas: BGCT
, 1954), 171.
During the 1980s, Millie was also a south-wide vice-president of national WMU and a member of the BGCT
executive board (1984-1988) and the BGCT
resolutions committee (1988).
The quiet revolutionary: Amelia Morton Bishop: following is the story of a simple Texas housewife, mother, sometime denominational worker (especially in the Woman's Missionary Union-WMU), church volunteer, school teacher, university professor, and free-lance writer. (1) That woman, Amelia Morton Bishop, now lives in Austin, Texas. To our way of thinking, she is a quiet revolutionary