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A new fiscal year has started in the SBC, and giving for the the first month came in strong. Also, a Kentucky college fired their president this week after credible allegations for sexual assault were filed against him.
- CP giving starts strong to begin fiscal year – https://bit.ly/3EDqU8G
- Georgetown College fires president after sexual assault allegations – https://bit.ly/3k5AbhK
- Former Lifeway Credit Union employee charged with fraud – https://bit.ly/3ELnQr1
- STATE ANNUAL MEETINGS: Missouri, Utah-Idaho – https://bit.ly/3k7lFq0
- STATE ANNUAL MEETINGS: California, Mississippi – https://bit.ly/3o2hJrw
- FROM THE SEMINARIES: MBTS launches chair of church history; NOBTS panel on human trafficking; SEBTS fills chair of N.T. studies – https://bit.ly/3H2ySKC
- EC special called meeting set for Nov. 10 – https://bit.ly/3q56j9e
This Week in SBC History
- Groundbreaking for new Wake Forest College
The ministry landscape is changing faster than ever, and ministers of every calling need versatile training for today’s church and marketplace. And so, in partnership with Dallas Baptist University, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary is now enrolling students in their new MDiv+MBA program. With a biblically faithful foundation, hands-on ministry experience, and contemporary business training, this is a program for tomorrow’s pastors, missionaries, entrepreneurs, and lay leaders. To learn more, visit swbts.edu/mdivmba.
I am glad to see that SW Seminary is including “Contemporary Business Training” for ministers. I just wish I had access to this type of training when I was a student at Southwestern. How very practical when (not if) a minister is fired from their position in ministerial service. If they are trained only in theology, etc. when they are removed by the church or denominational agency where they serve, what do they do to “put food on the table” for their family? Thank you for letting me express my opinion.