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SBC DIGEST: January financial update with David Spika; SWBTS to resume in-person chapel

GuideStone's Spika discusses election results, Tesla, Bitcoin; SWBTS to resume in-person chapel services.

SBC DIGEST: COVID relief bill provides for churches; Western Recorder ceases monthly publication

COVID-19 relief legislation includes provisions for churches, ministries; Western Recorder to cease monthly publication

SBC DIGEST: Psalm 139 Project places ultrasound in South Carolina; GuideStone workplace recognized

NFL's Watson donates ultrasound to center in South Carolina; GuideStone Capital Management named a best place to work.

SBC DIGEST: Floyd calls meeting to ‘find a way forward’; National Prayer Breakfast to be virtual

Floyd-called meeting to focus on 'how we relate to each other'; National Prayer Breakfast will be virtual in 2021 due to COVID-19.

SBC DIGEST: LifeWay to air church Christmas services; Birmingham association receives building, $350K

LifeWay to air churches’ virtual Christmas services; Baptist Health System gifts Birmingham association new building, $350,000.

SBC DIGEST: GuideStone update; Rod Masteller dies; SWBTS names book of the year

December update with GuideStone's David Spika; Longtime pastor, mentor Rod Masteller dies; First SWJT Book of the Year Awards announced.

FROM THE SEMINARIES: NOBTS, NGU form partnership; MBTS releases fall theology journal

NOBTS, North Greenville University sign articulation agreement; MBTS Journal of Theology’s fall edition released.

SBC DIGEST: Answering kids’ theological questions; MBCB hires men’s ministry director

Professor and ‘The Gospel Project’ answer kids’ theological questions; Martin to head men's ministry at MBCB.

SBC DIGEST: GuideStone welcomes presidential recommendations; Missionaries give $800K to Lottie

GuideStone presidential search committee welcomes additional recommendations; IMB missionaries and staff give more than $800,000 to LMCO.