2020 is over—thankfully. On this week’s episode, Amy and Jonathan look ahead to 2021 and what lies ahead for the SBC in the new year.
10 Questions for 2021:
- How will the COVID-19 pandemic affect us in 2021?
- Will we see more diverse first- and second-chair leaders? (SBTC, Ohio, NC, Guidestone)(provost at SWBTS, other state staff)
- What will the Annual Meeting look like?
- Who will be nominated for SBC offices in Nashville?
- How will the Send Conference be received in place of the pastors’ conference?
- How will the major launch of Go2 affect sending numbers in coming years?
- Will the AAEO rebound?
- Will LMCO meet their 175M goal?
- How will Southern Baptists respond to potential legislation from the Biden administration that could infringe on our beliefs and religious liberties?
- What will be the surprise story of 2021?
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