FIRST-PERSON: Reaching refugees, reaching the nations
Bryant Wright voices a call to "open our eyes to the immigrants and refugees God has placed among us" -- "whichever way the political winds blow."
FIRST-PERSON: What happened to the Moravians?
Bryant Wright, a former president of the Southern Baptist Convention, urges today's church planters to undergird their evangelistic zeal by a commitment "to truly disciple the new followers of Jesus in your care."
FIRST-PERSON: The need of Southern Baptist prayers for the nation
Pastor Bryant Wright urges Southern Baptist churches to pray for the nation during the 40/40 Prayer Vigil, which begins Sept. 26 and runs for 40 days.
FIRST-PERSON: Gay marriage & its troubling questions
Atlanta-area pastor Bryant Wright, president of the Southern Baptist Convention, writes that gay marriage raises a number of troubling questions.
FIRST-PERSON: ‘Reminded … how powerfully God can move’
MARIETTA, Ga. (BP)--Jan. 23, 2011, was a remarkable day of worship at Johnson Ferry Baptist Church as we experienced our first Solemn Assembly.
SOLEMN ASSEMBLY: One church’s plans
MARIETTA, Ga. (BP)--In the midst of this Christmas season, I hope you are sensing the fullness of God's presence as we celebrate the birth of His Son, our Savior Jesus Christ.
FIRST-PERSON: Calling Southern Baptists to pray
MARIETTA, Ga. (BP)--As senior pastor of Johnson Ferry Baptist Church and president of the Southern Baptist Convention, my number one goal is to challenge Christians to renew their love for Jesus.
A Letter from the President of the Southern Baptist Convention
Dear Friends: It is only by the Sovereignty of God that Southern Baptists have chosen me to serve Him as President of the Southern Baptist Convention. I'm very thankful for the opportunity to serve. There are great transitions ahead for the Executive Committee and our Mission Boards; changes in leadership and strategy will affect the […]