Future Southern Baptists will mark their 2010 annual meeting as the beginning of a Great Commission Resurgence in the same way they refer to 1979 as the start of the conservative resurgence that changed the face of the convention.
President Obama visited with evangelist Billy Graham April 25, becoming the 12th consecutive chief executive to meet Graham and the first sitting president to do so at the minister's North Carolina home.
Keep it in front GBC releases list of top 100 fastest-growing Sunday Schools By Scott Barkley, Production Editor Published May 6, 2010
Brian Stowe says Sunday School growth is attributable to everyone from the pulpit to the pew.
About 5:15 a.m., the cell phone alarms chime, chirp, and ding as dawn breaks in the Haitian sky. Southern Baptist Disaster Relief "yellow shirts" are donned as the day begins for the volunteer demolition team.
Alumni and friends of the Southern Baptist Convention's six seminaries will receive updates about the schools and renew acquaintances with faculty members and classmates during luncheons on Wednesday, June 16, in conjunction with the SBC's annual meeting in Orlando, Fla.
Evangelist Bailey Smith, a former Southern Baptist Convention president and former pastor, will nominate evangelist Ron Herrod for first vice president of the Southern Baptist Convention during the June 15-16 annual meeting in Orlando, Fla.
Under the banner of "Greater Things," the 2010 SBC Pastors' Conference will explore the prospect of a bright future for Southern Baptist pastors, their churches, and the denomination, conference president Kevin Ezell says.
The Southern Baptist Conference of Associational Directors of Missions will convene for their 50th meeting June 12-14 in Orlando, Fla. Speakers will include Frank Page, Ed Stetzer, O.S. Hawkins, and Jerry Rankin.
Cooperation has been a hallmark value for Southern Baptists from the beginning in 1845 when 293 accredited messengers primarily from Georgia, South Carolina and Virginia met in Augusta to organize what would become the Southern Baptist Convention.
As a trustee of Truett-McConnell College and as a student pastor at Second Baptist Church of Warner Robins, I rejoice with Brewton-Parker College in the progress that has been made there in recent days.
In the April 22 edition of your paper you use 1 Timothy 2:11-14 as the argument for not allowing women to serve as pastors and then you quote Dr. Louie Newton saying we can't pick and choose what we believe about the Bible.