NASHVILLE (BP) – Saying they faced a defining moment, the “most important crossroads” in a generation, departing SBC President J.D. Greear challenged Southern Baptists to hear the concerns of the entire body while unifying around the one true Gospel and the Great Commission.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP) – The four current candidates for president of the Southern Baptist Convention took part in an online forum Tuesday (May 4), sharing their testimonies as well as their thoughts on the future of the SBC.
SARALAND, Ala. (BP) – His first time back in the pulpit after the death of his wife Tammy in a car crash, Ed Litton had a message for the congregation. “The guy that was here before is gone,” he said that Sunday in 2007, “And he’s not coming back.” Reflecting now, more than 13 years later, Litton knows far better the truth of that statement. Litton says his ministry has grown in directions he never would have predicted. His life has, too.
NASHVILLE (BP) – Messenger and childcare pre-registration are open at sbcannualmeeting.net for the 2021 Southern Baptist Convention Annual Meeting June 15-16 in Nashville.
NASHVILLE (BP) – Southern Baptists attending the annual meeting in June will have a clearer picture of all the trip has to offer thanks to a weekly video series launching today.
NASHVILLE (BP) – Only World War II had sidelined the Southern Baptist Convention’s annual meeting until COVID-19 came along.
SBC DIGEST: Funds raised for burned church; GuideStone post-election webcast; SBC hotel company apologizes
Baptist Resource Network helps raise funds for burned church; GuideStone to host post-election webcast.
NASHVILLE (BP) – Online hotel registration opens Thursday (Oct. 1) for the 2021 Southern Baptist Convention Annual Meeting June 15-16 at the Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center in Nashville.
In these uncertain, divisive and fearful times, I want to remind us of a sustaining vision we find in God’s inerrant, all-sufficient Word – a vision recorded by the apostle John in the midst of their own fearful and uncertain times. The church of the John’s generation had been scattered, hunted down, imprisoned and tortured. The apostle John himself was boiled in oil and socially distanced, by himself, on the island of Patmos.
NASHVILLE (BP) – SBC Executive Committee President and CEO Ronnie Floyd hosted a Facebook Live event today (Sept. 15) to share more about the 2021 Annual Meeting and encourage as many churches as possible to send messengers to Nashville. Watch the full broadcast below.