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2021 SBC Annual Meeting to remain in Nashville, shift venues

NASHVILLE (BP) – The 2021 SBC Annual Meeting will move to the Music City Center in downtown Nashville June 15-16, the SBC Executive Committee announced today (April 15).

SBC resolutions submission portal opens

NASHVILLE (BP) – The submission portal for 2021 SBC resolutions opened today (April 15) at 12:01 am.

How Democrats’ platform compares with SBC resolutions

MILWAUKEE (BP) -- The 2020 Democratic Party Platform draws mixed reviews when compared with resolutions passed by messengers at recent SBC annual meetings.

Townes announces retirement from SBC Executive Committee

NASHVILLE (BP) — William “Bill” Townes, CFO of the SBC Executive Committee, announced his retirement from the post effective December 31, 2020. Townes and his wife DeAnna will relocate to Georgia to assist with care for their special needs grandson who faces significant life challenges due to his genetic conditions.

Nancy Sullivan, ministers’ wives pioneer, dies

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (BP) -- Nancy Hinson Sullivan, wife of John Sullivan, retired executive director-treasurer of the Florida Baptist Convention, died Wednesday (Aug. 12) at Memorial Hospital. The 83-year-old suffered a heart attack in June and a stroke a week prior to her death.

Crossover Florida to Saturate Entire State with Who’s Your One

Florida Baptist churches from Pensacola to Key West will be challenged to participate in Crossover 2020 to advance Who’s Your One prior to the SBC annual meeting in Orlando June 9–10.

Call to Orlando

SBC President J. D. Greear looks ahead to the 2020 SBC annual meeting and shares some things he's excited about.

Greear Summarizes Demographic Make-Up of Committees He Appointed

I am pleased to announce this outstanding group of Southern Baptists.

SBC19 Mobile App Offers 21 Languages

Closed captions will be available in twenty-one languages during the 2019 Southern Baptist Convention Annual Meeting live-stream and on the SBC mobile app.

Welcome to Birmingham

One of the common nicknames for Birmingham in our state is “The Magic City.” I prefer to think of Birmingham as “A City on the Move.”