TBM transforms the lives of people in crisis through disaster relief and water ministry and disciples the next generation of Christians to do likewise.
Since 1967, TBM has been discipling Christians and transforming lives through disaster relief and a program called Royal Ambassadors for young men. We have provided the calm after the storm for millions through mass feeding, removing limbs and preparing homes to be rebuilt after hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes and floods.
Mission: TBM mobilizes Christian volunteers to serve, sharing the gospel around the world.
Since 1985, missionaries prayed for clean water in the villages they served. Strengthened and guided by God, TBM volunteers made it happen. And all God's people said ...
Read the entire story at https://www.tbmtx.org/news/we-were-the-only-ones-who-could-do-it-clean-water-flows-in-papua-new-guinea
SAVE THE DATE! Once a year, churches across Texas celebrate all God is doing through their congregation through TBM -- the hours of service, commitment to caring and people who have come to Christ. Start preparing today for August 16. It'll be here before you know it.
[02/16/20] #SharingSunday: How did you come to know Jesus as Lord? Share your testimony!
#FlashbackFriday: Last weekend, Royal Ambassadors gathered in Hempstead for RA Conclave, where students grew in their faith, knowledge of God and leadership abilities. God is molding these young men to be the future leaders of churches across the state!
God's calling. Let's get to work.
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There's never been a better time to get trained to serve after a disaster. We have trainings in many places across the state. Sign up today!
tbmtx.org Texas Baptist Men delivers help, hope and healing through disaster relief and water ministry around the world and raises up the next generation to do likewise. Through mass feeding, chainsaw teams, rebuilding efforts, water wells, community water systems and water filters, we have provided the calm....
[02/09/20] #SharingSunday: Many people struggle to have a daily quiet time with God. What helps you make sure you spend time with Him each day?
Some people focus on the challenges. Others see the opportunities. Which one are you?
The Legion of Honor Award is the highest honor that can be bestowed upon a Royal Ambassador. Congratulations to Tim Smith, the latest recipient in a long line of incredible men. Learn more at https://www.tbmtx.org/news/tim-smith-presented-royal-ambassador-legion-of-honor-award
“If you look at the hierarchy of needs, water is the most basic of all needs, right after air. Where we went, the concept of clear drinking water is nothing like they’ve ever seen; they don’t even recognize it.” https://www.crosstimbersgazette.com/2020/01/25/local-couple-builds-clean-water-wells-around-the-world/
crosstimbersgazette.com A Flower Mound couple is working to help bring clean water to people all over the world, one water well at a time. Tim and DeeDee Wint recently returned from three weeks in the remote jungle of the southwestern Pacific island of Papua New Guinea, off the northern coast of Australia. They– and the ...
Please join us in prayer for the Philippines. We have been in regular contact with our partners there after the recent Taal volcano eruption. Scientists fear a major eruption may soon come.
Did you know TBM has a team of volunteers who build cabinets for churches and ministries? We do! This week, they’re working on three projects that will be used across the state.
[02/02/20] #SharingSunday: What does God’s love mean to you?
Together, we grow God’s kingdom!
We’ve been trucking along with remodeling the bathrooms in one of our cabins. A huge thank you to Texas Baptist Men Camp Builders for volunteering and helping make this dream a reality! 💯
Congratulations to TBM's own Rachel Schieck, who was honored with the North American Mission Board's Distinguished Service Award last night!
This week, TBM disaster relief leaders are taking part in a roundtable of Southern Baptist disaster relief leaders from across the nation who are discussing ways to better deliver help, hope and healing to a hurting world. We're honored to lead a session on flood relief work.
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About 8,000 people come to faith through Texas Baptist camps annually. For eight months a year, TBM Camp Builders invest their time, energy and sweat into remodeling and expanding those camps so they can see even more young people come to Christ.
Changing the world hard. Let's get to work.
Yesterday, a team of TBM volunteers distributed more than 1,700 boxes in the area affected by the Houston explosion for people to use to salvage their items. The volunteers visited with people, encouraging and praying for many of them.
BREAKING NEWS: TBM has deployed a team of volunteers out of Katy to distribute free packing boxes to those affected by Friday's explosion in Houston. For the latest in this developing situation, visit https://www.tbmtx.org/HoustonExplosion
[01/26/20] #SharingSunday: What do you love about your pastor?
Once a Royal Ambassador, always a Royal Ambassador. To kick off the Camp Directors Meeting, TBM Executive Director/CEO Mickey Lenamon showed he still fits in his RA jacket from 1977. Generations have been changed in the name of Christ. Many more will in the future through RAs!
[01/24/20] TBM has placed a box unit on standby to serve in the aftermath of this morning's explosion in Houston. We are praying for those who have been affected, and are ready to serve if needed.
Want to deliver help, hope and healing after disasters? Do you want to get trained in a disaster relief specialty area? It's never been easier with our new training! In 24 hours, you can be ready to serve in multiple ways. https://www.tbmtx.org/weatherford
Did you know the roots of the nation's third largest disaster relief network started with TBM?
A 6.4 magnitude earthquake rocked Puerto Rico recently and aftershocks have continued. By working through our partners, TBM is delivering help, hope and healing. Find out more at https://www.tbmtx.org/puertorico.
Martin Luther King, Jr. could have backed down. He could have given up. Instead, he stood for what was right and just and pressed forward. When challenges surround you, how do you respond?
[01/19/20] #SharingSunday: How can we pray for you today? If you’d like prayer but don’t want to share the details, like this post and we will pray for you. God knows your situation.
Day 2 of a fantastic gathering of fantastic people. Whether the need is in Austin, Midland, Beaumont or Israel, we are ready to serve. Together, TBM volunteers bring help, hope and healing to a hurting world.
What makes TBM so special? Men and women like these who are willing to respond to God’s call to deliver help, hope and healing in the wake of disasters. God works through them incredibly. They serve unceasingly. They pray for and with those they serve. They are the hands and feet of Christ.
Thank you Texas Baptist leaders for spending the day with us! It was a pleasure getting to know you and share what God is doing through TBM. Exciting times are ahead!
Southeast Texas, we love you. No matter what storms of life may come, we're in this together. Thank you for allowing us to serve.
“What we do, we don’t do for those kind of accolades and honors but it lets us know that we are doing the things we need to be doing, and we are doing them for the right reasons.” — Dwain Carter, director of disaster relief for Texas Baptist Men
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We're 14 days into 2020. Are you any closer to making your New Year's resolution a reality? Find out how you can change a life at https://tbmtx.org/dr-training.
Jesus loves children. Today, TBM is following His example by collaborating with Buckner International to transform the lives of vulnerable children and families in Texas and around the globe. Changing the world is hard. Let's get to work.
[01/12/20] #SharingSunday: Do you have a life verse? If so, what is it?
[01/11/20] While we are always ready to serve, we rejoice when we don’t need to. The storms were not as bad as feared possible. As a result, we have stood all of our teams down from alert status. We pray that you have a wonderful weekend.
Congratulations to one of our own, Jason Burden! The Pastor at First Baptist Church in Nederland was named the community's citizen of the year for his role in delivering help, hope and healing throughout the community in the wake of disasters. Way to go!
panews.com NEDERLAND — Jason Burden is a local staple in Mid-County. As a pastor at the First Baptist Church in Nederland, he has opened his doors, arms and heart to those riddled by tragedy. From hurricanes and chemical plant explosions to church sermons on Sunday mornings, Burden has always set out to be a...
In advance of tonight’s weather, we have placed chainsaw and feeding units across North, East and Southeast Texas on alert. We pray they aren’t needed, but are ready to respond quickly if needed.
We are prepared to respond so quickly because of the support of people like you. To give financially, visit https://tbmtx.org/donate. 100 percent of donations given for disaster relief go toward disaster relief ministry.
Each day we serve, we are standing on the shoulders of the giants who came before. We’re so thankful for the men and women, like Jim Furgerson here, who paved the way for ministry.
Thanks to TBM Water, the next big business in Waco is taking shape in the shadows of the Magnolia silos. Find out more at https://tbmtx.org/news/tbm-soap-ministry-helps-ladies-start-business-gain-confidence.
Do you have a vision for changing lives in 2020? The coming weeks are the time to start! Register for a training event near you and be ready to deliver help, hope and healing after disasters.
From all of us at TBM, happy new year! May the Lord bless you deeply in the days and months ahead as together we seek to deliver help, hope and healing to the hurting around the world.
"For I know the plans I have for you," declares the Lord, "plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future." -Jeremiah 29:11
TBM has a mobile kitchen in Israel. Why? Because God. That's why.
Find out more at https://tbmtx.org/static/resource/year-end-2019-3-.pdf.
[12/30/19] TBM is praying for the West Freeway Church of Christ in White Settlement in the wake of this morning’s events. May the comforting and healing presence of Christ abound in the midst of this tragedy.
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