Stay connected by signing up for our monthly newsletter and events email. Texas State Missionary Baptist Convention, Inc. Reverend Dr. Bruce D. Datcher 1901 Amanda Avenue Fort Worth, TX 76105 Phone: (817) 535-3094 Fax: (817) 535-3657 Cell: (817) 681-2466 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: texasstatembc.com Annual Session: October Texas Educational Baptist State Convention Reverend Dr. S. L. Curry, Jr. New Zion Baptist Church P.O. His responsibilities include all computers, software development and purchases, the Web site and all other technical aspects of ministry. Ministries. The Registered Agent on file for this company is D C Brown and is located at 211 E 24th St, Tyler, TX 75702.
Former Pastor of the Prosperity Missionary Baptist Church in New Boston, Texas; for 10 years. Learn More.
Sign Up Now. For decades, no Baptist state convention showed stronger resolve in defending historic tenets like soul freedom and autonomy of the local church than Texas. Chris Enright serves the Southern Baptists of Texas Convention as the Information Technology Associate/IT Director. Baptist State Convention of Texas. “By God’s grace, we will become the strongest force in the history of this convention for reaching people with the message of the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ.” Milton A. Hollifield Jr.
Holds a Bachelor’s and a Master’s degree in Business Administration from … DALLAS TX - Two State Baptist conventions voice contrasting views on capital punishment. Box 747 Winona, TX …
The company's filing status is listed as In Existence and its File Number is 0006461301. The new state convention, though autonomous, immediately formed closer partnerships with the entities of the SBC. The SBTC established missions and evangelism as its major emphases. The Baptist General Convention of Texas calls for a suspension on the death penalty by its Texas Christian Life Commission, while the Southern Baptists of Texas Convention agrees with capital punishment as a just and appropriate means of punishment. The SBTC believes in the inerrancy of Scripture, salvation only in Jesus Christ, and the primacy of the local church. On September 8, 1848, seventy-eight messengers representing twenty-three churches gathered at the Antioch Baptist Church (now Anderson Baptist Church) in Anderson to form the first state-wide Baptist body, the Baptist State Convention of Texas. Texas Educational Baptist State Convention is a Texas Domestic Non-Profit Corporation filed on November 23, 1933.