This isn’t “Fixer Upper,” but Baylor students are helping Mission Waco fix up The Clothesline, Mission Waco’s resale shop.
Over 200 people of all ages, colors and backgrounds gathered Monday at the Jubilee Theatre for Mission Waco’s production of “A Woman Called Truth: The Story of Sojourner Truth.” The production was a part of a day long celebration addressing racial history and tensions of Waco.
When Kent McKeever thought about what he was going to forego for this spring’s Lent season, his image was the first thing to come to his mind. After considering what impact it could have on his life and in the community around him, he didn’t look back.
The Baylor chapter of the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity will hold their third annual Race One 5K at 8 a.m. Saturday at Jubilee Park with a fun run following at 8:45 a.m.
The Baylor fitness and intramural departments have teamed up with Mission Waco to hold the Mission Waco Urban X Team Challenge at 8:45 a.m. May 3 at Mission Waco Jubilee Theater located at 1315 N. 15th St. The competition will help raise awareness and funds for Mission Waco by holding a competition.
Misprinted T-shirts are tacked to the walls, along with Baylor paraphernalia and a cardboard cutout of Batman.
Oversized couches with large tears line the walls. Perhaps the kind found on front lawns with “for free” signs taped to them.
This Valentine’s Day, couples and singles alike can attend a special dinner and show hosted by Mission Waco and Jubilee Theatre.
Mission Waco’s World Cup Café and Jubilee Theatre are putting on an event called “Love Chronicles” on Friday.
Hesitant to be pegged as a theologian, Dr. Jimmy Dorrell, a part-time lecturer at George W. Truett Theological Seminary, said his ideology stems from an urgency to maintain a practical Christian faith and not from a desire to engage in theological discussion.
“I’ve always hated intelligent, fluffy theology,” he said. “If it’s true, I have to learn how to live out of it.”
Baylor Urban Missions is giving children of the Waco community a chance to have fun while learning more about Christianity and the Christmas story.
The Baylor children’s ministry group, Kings Club is partnered with Mission Waco. Kings Club has separated into two groups to further interact, teach and play with the children at Kate Ross and Ashton Oaks Apartments.
Mission Waco is giving the less fortunate a chance to celebrate Thanksgiving Day with dinner and worship at their annual Thanksgiving Meal With the Homeless.
Starting at 11 a.m. on Thanksgiving Day at the Meyer Center in Waco, Mission Waco is inviting the homeless people of the community to come and partake in traditional festivities.