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Steps help ensure smooth registration for SBC hotels

NASHVILLE (BP) — The growth in attendance at Southern Baptists’ annual gathering and resulting demand for hotel rooms reflects a healthy desire for participation in the convention. However, that can also strain processes in place for reserving those rooms on the first day of availability, as messengers will have the opportunity to do on Monday, Oct. 3 starting at 8 a.m. Central.

Speakers for 2023 SBC Pastors Conference, plan for endowment announced

NEW ORLEANS, La. (BP) – The speakers for 2023 SBC Pastors’ Conference in New Orleans have been announced on a brand-new launched today (Sept. 30). The event is set for June 11-12, 2023.

2023 SBC Pastors’ Conference theme, officers announced

NASHVILLE (BP) – The theme and the officers for the 2023 SBC Pastors’ Conference have been announced by conference president Daniel Dickard.

SBC DIGEST: SBC22 videos online; Lifeway camps in full swing

SBC22 videos now available on Baptist Press YouTube page; Lifeway summer camps give kids and students the ‘best week ever’ 

Diverse ministry of California Southern Baptists highlighted during CP Stage panel

ANAHEIM, Calif. (BP) – The diverse ministry taking place among California Southern Baptists was highlighted during a panel discussion on the CP Stage during the SBC Annual Meeting in Anaheim, Calif.

Unify Project allows SBC to set Gospel-based racial unity example

NEW ORLEANS (BP) – Fred Luter, the lone African American to have served as president of the Southern Baptist Convention, sees great opportunity in the Unify Project, a new national grassroots racial unity initiative he’s leading with former SBC President Ed Litton and Dallas-area pastor Tony Evans.

California Baptists can’t wait for ‘family’ to return

ANAHEIM, Calif. (BP) – Victor Chayasirisobhon’s first Southern Baptist Convention annual meeting came in 2010 in Orlando. It’s one he can’t forget.

FIRST-PERSON: Convictional cooperation and confessional commitments

Is emphasizing our cooperative work tantamount to downplaying our doctrinal commitments as Southern Baptists? Such a question poses an unappealing choice to be sure. These twin objectives are not mutually exclusive, of course, as is well attested by our own history and heritage.

ERLC’s Graham: Work will not end if Roe reversed

ANAHEIM, Calif. (BP)—The reversal of the Roe v. Wade decision will be cause for celebration if it occurs, but it will not change the fact that the church must compassionately reach abortion-minded women, Southern Baptist pro-life specialist Elizabeth Graham said Wednesday (June 15) at the SBC’s annual meeting.