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Greenway not going to IMB

NASHVILLE (BP) — In a post to Twitter this morning, former Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary President Adam W. Greenway announced that he would not be moving to a new position with the International Mission Board.

SBC DIGEST: Mississippi DR ends Jackson response; NAMB/N.C. partnership; Ultrasound placement in Topeka

Jackson water crisis subsides; NAMB, N.C. Baptists announce SendNC church planting partnership; Psalm 139 Project dedicates ultrasound machine in Topeka, Kan.

SBC DIGEST: Longtime Pathway editor Hinkle dies, HBU changes name; SBTS Norton Lectures focus on biblical interpretation

HBU changes name to Houston Christian University; Seminaries are textual communities, Vanhoozer says in annual Norton Lectures.

WRAP-UP: SBC Executive Committee seeks unity, celebrates diversity

NASHVILLE (BP) – Southern Baptist leaders urged SBC Executive Committee members not to lose sight of the goal of cooperation despite the challenges they face. SBC cooperation was front-and-center during the two-day meeting through displays of generous, sacrificial giving, a move to give SBC messengers greater clarity in their resolutions, reports of increased ethnic diversity in the SBC and calls for a renewed focus on caring for the vulnerable and maintaining good relationships.

SBC DIGEST: Lifeway launches ‘Experiencing God Bible’; Jason Allen ‘Turnaround’ book released

‘Experiencing God Bible’ helps readers recognize God’s voice; President Jason K. Allen’s Turnaround Released by B&H Publishing.

SBC DIGEST: Ken Starr dies; William Carey University raises scholarships

Former Baylor President Ken Starr dies at 76; William Carey University raises scholarship amounts 40 percent.

SBC DIGEST: Lifeway launches Bible studies for Deaf; Leadership change at MBC’s The Pathway

Lifeway launches free Bible study library for Deaf ministries; Hinkle to be named editor emeritus, will focus on MBC’s public policy effort.

FROM THE SEMINARIES: Gateway convocation; Incarcerated women earn degrees from The College at Southeastern

Iorg explores God’s call in semester’s first chapel message; SEBTS celebrates five graduates at Wake County extension center.

Hotel information for SBC23 released

NEW ORLEANS (BP) – As Southern Baptists gather on the bayou next June, they’re going to need a place to rest their head. The SBC Executive Committee (EC) is trying to make it easy on messengers as the navigate their way to the Big Easy for the 2023 SBC Annual Meeting & Pastors’ Conference.

POLICY DIGEST: USDA exempts religious schools from Title IX rules; HIV-drug coverage not required, judge says

USDA exempts religious schools from Title IX rules; Judge rules required coverage of HIV prevention drug violates employer’s religious freedom.