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  • About TBM
    • How do I become a member of Texas Baptist Men?
    • If you are a member of a Baptist church in Texas that is an affiliated with the Baptist General Convention of Texas, a Texas Baptist Association or the Southern Baptist Convention, then you are a member of Texas Baptist Men.  TBM has many ministry fellowships that seek to remain available to be used by God for His glory.  Information for each of these ministries is listed on the Home page.
    • Who is in my area that can help us?
    • Texas Baptist Men has regional coordinators that are available to assist you. Click hereto locate the regional coordinators in your area.
    • How do I help the men in my church develop a love relationship with Jesus Christ?
    • All Christians and all churches should be experiencing an intimate love relationship with God and are expected to be on-mission with Him. In order for that to be a reality in each of our lives there are some things that each individual Christian must do. The Lord expects growth and renewal in all individual Christians and in the local church. He never intended for our lives to become stagnant and stale. It is only through a spiritual process that God can renew us.

      The Church Renewal Journey is a spiritual journey process that helps both individuals and local churches to have a closer walk with the Lord; an enhanced love relationship with Him; and growth in Christian maturity and ministry. Click here to learn more about the Kingdom Renewal Journey.
    • How do I get information for an On Mission Celebration?
    • Through the On Mission Celebration, participants will be able to celebrate God’s activity throughout the world, anticipate where might be able to join God on mission, and participate in being on-mission Christians by praying, giving, and going.  Click here for more information about On Mission Celebrations.
    • How is Texas Baptist Men funded?
    • Texas Baptist Men receives its operating expenses from the following:
      • The Coorperative Program Budget of the Baptist General Convention of Texas
      • Individuals Donors
      • Churches
      • Private Foundations
    • How can I give to Texas Baptist Men?
    • Contact the TBM office for various giving plans.  If you would like to give directly to Texas Baptist Men click on the following link for giving information. Donations to Texas Baptist Men
    • Who are Texas Baptist Men Retiree Builders?
    • TBM Retiree Builders is composed of retired Baptist men and their wives who volunteer their time to help churches, Baptist encampments and special projects for the sole purpose of bringing Glory and Honor to God.  The retiree builders travel at their own expense to donate their services with a desire to win the lost to Christ.  Click here to receive information about joining the TBM Retiree Builders.
    • How do I get the TBM Retiree Builders to come and work at my church?
    • Request for builders need to be made in writing and sent to Texas Baptist Men.  Click here to submit a request for a building project.  Information to be included in the request include the size and scope of the project, resources that are available, and projected start and finish dates.  Request need to be submitted well in advance for consideration and the builders can schedule your project into their busy schedules.
    • How can I receive Disaster Relief training?
    • Regional disaster relief training opportunities are scheduled at various locations throughout the year.  Contact your regional disaster relief coordinator or associational office for possibilities in your area.  Click here to view disaster relief training opportunities that have been posted.
    • How can I get a Disaster Relief unit to my church for a mission fair?
    • Texas Baptist Men does not schedule the regional disaster relief units from the state office.  If you would like to schedule one of the regional disaster relief units to help you with a ministry outreach, camp, etc. please contact the Dallas office at tbm@texasbaptistmen.org or call (214) 275-1112; and we can provide for you the contact information of the regional unit directors who can help you with scheduling dates and information on what it takes for them to assist you in this ministry.
    • How are my contributions for Disaster Relief used?
    • Contributions that are designated for disaster relief efforts are used to help maintain the disaster relief equipment and provide assistance during times of crisis.
    • How do we begin a men’s ministry?
    • Men’s Ministry is the process of joining God where He is at work in the lives of the men in your church. There is no cookie cutter approach to how you do men’s ministry in your church. It is an on-going process of taking men where they are in their walk with the Lord and helping them move closer to Him. Click here to learn more about Men’s Ministries.
    • What does Texas Baptist Men believe about the Bible?
    • Texas Baptist Men believe the Bible is God’s Holy Word. We believe it was written by men who were divinely inspired by God. It is trustworthy, authoritative and true without any mixture of error. The Bible itself best expresses what TBM believes about the Bible:

      “Your word, O Lord, is eternal; it stands firm in the heavens.” Psalm 119:89

      “Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light for my path.” Psalm 119:105

      “The grass withers and the flowers fall, but the word of our God stands forever.” Isaiah 40:8

      Jesus said, “Do not think that I have come to abolish the Law or the Prophets; I have not come to abolish them but to fulfill them. I tell you the truth, until heaven and earth disappear, not the smallest letter, not the least stroke of a pen, will disappear from the Law until everything is accomplished.” Matthew 5:17-18

      “. . . the Holy Scriptures . . . are able to make you wise for salvation through faith in Christ Jesus. All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness, so that the man of God may be thoroughly equipped for every good work.” 2 Timothy 3:15-17

      There can be no improvement over words of scripture about scripture.
    • How do I get on the mailing list to receive the Texas Baptist Men newsletter?
    • You may send a direct e-mail to janice.clary@texasbaptistmen.org and provide her with the following informaion:

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