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‘Okey Doke’ Not OK with Younger Generations

By LORETTA FULTON The Barna organization was commissioned to “research how young Christians’ perspectives on missions are different from older believers.’” The Southern Baptist Convention, which commissioned the research project, could have saved some money by asking Travis Craver instead.  “This younger generation, they’re not OK with the ‘Okey Doke,’” said Craver, who is director of chapel and spiritual formation

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Lending helping hands

Hardin-Simmons University students in the Department of Physical Therapy work with special needs campers at the Joni & Friends Family Camp 2017 in Navasota. The will follow that camp with a mission trip to Peru. Photos courtesy Jacob Brewer, HSU Department of Physical Therapy. See more photos in Faith and Action by clicking here.

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HSU students hear from Dr. Virginia Connally in preparation for medical mission to Peru

  By Loretta Fulton Anyone getting ready for a medical mission trip to an international destination naturally would have some worries. Knowing the language should not be one of them, according to a young woman who has been there. “Don’t worry about knowing the language,” said Keelan O’Connell Camacho. “The universal language is love.” And that is exactly what a

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