The Plan Soundings will involve twelve partner churches that represent the diversity of Texas congregational life: Baptist and non-Baptist, Protestant and Catholic, rural and urban, small and large, with a wide range of ages, ethnicities, and socio-economic locations. Phase One Baylor and the partner congregations will build rich relationships as they learn together more about their particular communities and how best to minister to them. Each congregation will propose a project that Soundings will fund up to $30,000. Phase Two Continue to deepen the community of learning and purpose between and within the congregations and the university. Strengthen the life of the congregations as their members are enriched by the various projects. Phase Three Both Baylor and the partner congregations will become better equipped to live out their missions in partnership with one another. Strengthened ecumenical and interracial dialogue to heal and build up the Body of Christ in Waco and Texas at large.
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Mar. 17, 2022
IFL to Host Lecture by Rev. Dr. Andrew Bennett
The Aboriginal Vicar of Christ Still: Accountability to Conscience in a Secularist Age Baines Room, Bill Daniel Student Center Wednesday, March 23 3:00 PM
Oct. 25, 2021
Baylor Symposium on Faith and Culture Will Explore the Role of Accountability in Contemporary Life
Scholars and practitioners will examine what it means to live accountably, in relation both to God and to others.
Jul. 29, 2021
IFL Welcomes New Assistant Director Elijah Jeong
Elijah Jeong has been appointed assistant director of the Institute for Faith and Learning (IFL) effective July 26.
Dec. 15, 2020
A Message from the Director: Waiting in Hope
Dear Friends, It is quiet on campus as I write these words. Our students are already home. 2020, a year we long will remember, is ending. Advent is here, and Christmas is coming.