Texas Baptist Men, Dallas, TX Video April 29, 2019, 6:05pm

Videos by Texas Baptist Men in Dallas. TBM transforms the lives of people in crisis through disaster relief and water ministry and disciples the next generation of Christians to do likewise.

Providing for Alto ISD students

Something we were able to do for the students of Alto ISD.

Other Texas Baptist Men videos

TBM responds to COVID-19 crisis
At each stage of the COVID-19 crisis, you have responded to God's call to deliver help, hope and healing to hurting people. 15,000 masks for medical professionals and first responders. 1,200 pairs of protective eyewear for hospitals. And now 100,000 meals for the suddenly unemployed, double the original goal. Praise God for all you are doing to change lives through TBM! H/T @Eric Guel Photography and Neil Williams of Texas Baptists for additional photography

42 percent of U.S. families have lost their jobs or had their hours cut back during the COVID shutdown. Working through ministries like this one in Farmersville, TBM is helping to make sure Texas families can get the meals they need to provide for their children.

Meeting needs of children in Amarillo
Your are FANTASTIC! In less than 24 hours since launching TBM Feeding Texans to provide 50,000 meals to families in need during the COVID-19 disaster, we are already 70 percent to our goal! See how your gift is meeting the needs of children in Amarillo. Visit https://www.tbmtx.org/kitchen to give. 100 percent of your donations will be used to purchase food to help meet critical needs during this crisis.

TBM Disaster Relief responds to Onalaska tornado
What difference do TBM chainsaw teams make? In Onalaska, they're changing lives.

High, low and everywhere in between. TBM Chainsaw teams are working hard to remove fallen debris south of Graham after a tornado. Thank you for supporting TBM. Because of you, TBM volunteers can deliver help, hope and healing to hurting people.

TBM headed to Tennessee to serve after tornadoes
This morning, a TBM mobile kitchen, generator and refrigeration unit left to serve at a church in Nashville, Tenn. that is serving in the community after the tornadoes. This response is made possible by gifts from people like you. To give, visit TBMTX.org/donate.

Disaster relief ministry invigorates Southeast Texas church
By partnering with local churches, TBM Disaster Relief impacts lives long after volunteers leave. In the past few years alone, more than 91 people have joined First Baptist Church - Nederland, Texas as a result of serving the community. Baptisms doubled. People are sharing their faith like never before. And we praise God for it all. Changing the world is hard. Let's get to work.

TBM: Delivering help, hope and healing to a hurting world
Disasters are slamming our shores. Families are falling apart. 744 million people don't even have clean water to drink. And in the midst of it all, people are falling away from the faith. It's time to do something about it. Find this video and more resources to celebrate TBM Day at https://www.tbmtx.org/tbm-day.

Last month during Royal Ambassadors Campout and Missions Mania, hundreds of young men learned about how much God loves them. This week, churches continue discipling those young men. Will you join us in praying for the boys and their churches today?

Soap Cutting at TBM booth. Come get some and learn about the ministry behind it.

Teaching the throw knot. Some learn quicker than others... TBM at Texas Baptists Annual Meeting. Come on by!

Dallas Tornados: What a difference 3 weeks makes
Three weeks ago, tornados ripped through the Dallas area, leaving a trail or broken trees, homes and hearts behind. Since then, TBM Disaster Relief teams have delivered help, hope and healing by performing 194 chainsaw jobs for free and counseling people along the way. There's still plenty of work ahead, but roads are clear. Many of the trees have been trimmed and debris has been picked up in significant areas. Children can ride their bikes and play in front of their homes again. Adults can go to work. Recovery can happen. Thank you for all your prayers and support. Because of you, TBM is able to serve. Because of you, lives are changed.

Royal Ambassador Campout and Missions Mania is on target this year! Will you pray for the young men who today are learning about God’s work around the world?

#SharingSunday: When you actively live out your faith, people want to know why. Earlier this week, TBM had the opportunity to share with The Weather Channel all that is happening after the #DallasTornados.

If you need help removing limbs after the #DallasTornado, please call 972-639-7215. We are experiencing a high volume of calls. If we miss you, please leave a message. We will respond as quickly as possible.

Who will deliver help, hope and healing in the wake of disasters 20 years from now? The leaders TBM and your church are developing today. Through Campout and Missions Mania, you and your congregation help raise up the next generation to minister in God's name. Find out how at https://tbmtx.org/royal-ambassadors/campout-missions-mania. Changing the world is hard. Let's get to work.

"This is what Christianity is all about." We couldn't have said it better ourselves.

A mobile kitchen capable of cooking up to 15,000 meals a day is headed to Nederland to deliver help, hope and healing in Southeast Texas. Will you pray for TBM’s ministry and those we serve during your Sunday School class, Bible study or worship service this morning? Stay updated at https://tbmtx.org/response. #Imelda #disasterrelief

Homeowners aren't the only ones who get excited when TBM chainsaw teams begin work. A member of a unit working in Longview recently captured this young man excitedly watching over the fence. (Watch with sound on)

A reason for so much training.

FBC Sonora, pastor Matthew Killough, and the entire city were impacted last year by TBM Volunteers after area flooding.

TBM Chainsaw crews heading out today. We are still responding to last week's storm damage and adding to that list today as we assess the damage from yesterday's storms in the Dallas / Fort Worth area. If you are TBM Chainsaw trained, please connect with us. We and our neighbors need you.

Our state DR Director, Dwain Carter, tellings stories of TBM DR work at the SBC in Birmingham, AL.

TBM Chainsaw teams at work again early this morning.

Chainsaw work continues in Longview.

Providing for Alto ISD students
Something we were able to do for the students of Alto ISD.

These volunteers started early again today. #everybodylovesbreakfast

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