The fiscal year for Cooperative Program giving has ended and the result is a good one. Also, we sit down and talk college ministry with Jeff Dodge of the Salt Network.
- SBTS: 30 years later, SBC leader says Peace Committee was destined to fail — http://bit.ly/2y2SdKv
- CBF: Committee to propose homosexuality policy in February — http://bit.ly/2y1MKDM
- Nevada: Las Vegas pastors counter ‘brokenness’ with ‘hope’ — http://bit.ly/2y2jLzE
- Tennessee: Netland selected as provost at Union University — http://bit.ly/2xnEDgQ
- Missouri: Judge rules in favor of MBC in Baptist Home, MBU case — http://bit.ly/2y3gj7K
- NOBTS: Celebrating 20 years of women’s ministry — http://bit.ly/2y1N4lL
- Florida: Mac Brunson, Heath Lambert to be FBC JAX co-pastors — http://bit.ly/2y35d2R
- Dakotas: CP percentage raised, convention welcomes new pastors — http://bit.ly/2y1YOow
- New York: Baptists add marriage, gender to constitution — http://bit.ly/2y36hnb
An Interview with Jeff Dodge
Jeff Dodge was privileged to jump into Cornerstone Church (Ames, Iowa) and The Salt Company (Iowa State University) beginning in 1996. Having come to Christ as a university student, Jeff’s passion is to reach next-generation leaders to establish churches in university communities throughout the Midwest. Jeff received his MDiv from The Master’s Seminary, a DMin from Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and is in pursuit of a PhD (MBTS). He and his wife, Teresa, have four grown children and are multiplying grandkids. Jeff has a shameless theological crush on Abraham Kuyper.
This Week in SBC History
- Interfaith Witness Pioneer Dies in Pennsylvania