The BP interview series with SBC presidential candidates continues this week with Ed Litton. Also, New Mexico pastor Matt Henslee will be nominated for president of the Pastors’ Conference.
The SBC Executive Committee met in person for the first time in a year and did a lot of business, and Nathan Lorick has a new gig.
The North American Mission Board has filed an appeal with the Supreme Court of the United States in an effort to uphold a lower court’s ruling involving a lawsuit filed by Will McRaney.
Ravi Zacharias International Ministries released a report related the late apologist’s patterns of sexual abuse over the past decade, and Southwestern has settled a lawsuit with a charitable foundation and regained control over its assets.
It was a busy week in the SBC and there’s some big news from NAMB and the EC. Also, there are now five state conventions looking for an executive director.
Lifeway has reached a sales agreement on its building, and trustees approved proposed changes to the publisher’s ministry assignments.
Ed Litton and Randy Adams announced this week that they, too, will be candidates for the SBC presidency when Southern Baptists meet this summer in Nashville.
There’s another candidate for the 2021 SBC Presidential election after it was announced that Georgia pastor Mike Stone will be nominated. Also, the 2021 Resolutions Committee has been named with a new chairman who’s serving for the second time.
The first week of 2021 gave us some tumultuous events in the SBC and in the nation. Amy and Jonathan also take a look at a few stories that may have gotten missed over the Christmas holidays.
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.