Tania is one of the many people who have made Houston's First their church. Discover what membership means to her and others — and how you can make Houston's First your church, too.
Families from mission churches we support and other organizations are invited to come and “shop” for gifts for their family members. While at The Christmas Store, they also learn about the true gift of Christmas—Jesus Christ.
Daily Light, the 2015 churchwide devotional, provides 365 devotions based solely on scripture. Pick up a copy in CornerBooks allow God's Word to encourage you each day in the year to come.
Each year, the Houston's First family is asked to give to the World Mission Offering. This single fund is a combination of two well-known annual offerings collected by churches in the Southern Baptist Convention — the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering for international missions and the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering for North American missions.
Do you sing along with the radio? Most likely, you know the words because you've heard the tunes countless times — not because you've studied the lyrics! With that in mind, we offer a reading of Ephesians to help you memorize the powerful truths it contains.
Nov 16, 2014 / Pastor Gregg Matte
Nov 13, 2014 / Pastor Gregg Matte
Our 2015 churchwide devotional is more than just a book for CornerBooks Director Mary Ellen Buchanan. It's been part of her life since becoming a Christian at age 18.
Nov 9, 2014 / Pastor Gregg Matte
Houston's First's spectacular Christmas musical is taking a hiatus in 2014. Why? That's a great question, and we're excited to provide the answer.
Houston's First provides resources as you prepare to vote this fall. Early Voting is available from Oct 20-Oct 31, and Election Day is Nov 4!
George Russ, Executive Director of the Metropolitan New York Baptist Association, provides an insider's look at what God is doing in the Big Apple.
Our three Campus Pastors provide an update on what God is doing in Cypress, Downtown, and Sienna through the ministry of Houston's First Baptist Church.
Houston's First surprised three families with financial support for their adoption plans.