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GASTON OAKS Baptist Church in Dallas held a fine arts camp June 2-6. The innovative project brought together 50 participants of all ages to learn about puppetry, costuming, drama, scenic design, instrumental music, choral music and banner creation. The camp drew its theme, Image Maker, from the principle that all humans are created in the image of God. The week concluded with a worship service in which participants shared what they had learned. "The camp was a huge success," said Minister to Families Jeni Knighten. "We had hoped that the fine arts camp would ignite interest in the participants to worship the Lord with their talents in different ways, and I think it has done so." Here, children practice their puppetry skills with enthusiasm.
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Hunger hits home and away
___By Kyle Armstrong
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___From Russia and Romania, all the way to Palo Pinto County, hunger affects every part of the globe, and Texas Baptists are there to help.
___"Many people do not realize the severity of world hunger, but it's a very real problem," said Nathan Porter, hunger consultant for the Baptist General Convention of Texas.
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U.S. Supreme Court reaffirms right to proselytize door to door
___By Robert Marus
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___WASHINGTON (ABP)--Door-to-door proselytizing is protected by the Constitution, the U.S. Supreme Court decided in a landmark First Amendment case June 17.
___In an 8-1 decision, the high court ruled that communities may not require religious groups to obtain a permit before witnessing door to door.
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Texas Baptist Men share food & love in Gaza Strip
___By John Hall
___Texas Baptist Communications
___Amid missiles, explosions and nighttime gunfire, Texas Baptist Men delivered food packages to Palestinians caught in the war-torn Gaza strip.
___The team of six Texans had delivered more than 16,500 pounds of food to Palestinians by June 12. Team members gave each home a 75-pound package of food to help support them through the current crisis.
___The Texans have remained safe despite escalating tensions in the area. The volunteers heard gunfire at night and saw fighter jets fly overhead.
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