Fellowship Southwest Pastor Stays in Mexico to Help Refugees

Fellowship Southwest Pastor Stays in Mexico to Help Refugees

Lorenzo Ortiz, a Texas pastor who operates three immigrant shelters in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico, stayed behind when the U.S. and Mexican governments closed the border to all “nonessential” travel at midnight Saturday, March 21. Mutual concern about the transmission of the...
A Lament for El Paso and Mexico

A Lament for El Paso and Mexico

Gunshots that slaughtered at least 22 people in El Paso, Texas, last Saturday echoed around the world. They particularly reverberated in the hearts of residents of the American Southwest. The murderer (Let’s refuse to placate the perversion of mass murderers by...
Texas Woman Welcomes Refugees by Loving Their Children

Texas Woman Welcomes Refugees by Loving Their Children

Late Monday mornings, the foyer of Kingdom Manifesters International Ministries sounds like the United Nations. Children from all over – all over the world, not just all over their neighborhood – stream into the building. They laugh and talk, and many carry books....
Oklahoma Partnership Redefines Race Relationships

Oklahoma Partnership Redefines Race Relationships

A cluster of Native American congregations and the Cooperating Baptist Fellowship of Oklahoma are writing a new script for race relations in the Sooner State. Churches affiliated with the Oklahoma Indian American Baptist Association and CBF of Oklahoma have brought...