A review into a Missouri Baptist college concluded the school has moved away from its statement of faith. We also sit down with author and advocate Mary DeMuth for a discussion about her new book, We Too.
Earthquakes and Flooding Prompt Send Relief Response; an Interview with David Melber and Vance Pitman
A series of earthquakes in California and flooding related to Tropical Storm Barry have mobilized Southern Baptist disaster relief efforts. Also on today’s show, we sit down with Vance Pitman and David Melber to discuss the ministries of Send Relief.
Former IMB missionary and South Carolina Baptist Associate Executive Director Mark Aderholt pleaded guilty this week to an assault charge and is currently serving time in a Texas jail.
Ben Mandrell Nominated to Lead LifeWay; An Interview with Ronnie Floyd, Kevin Ezell, and Paul Chitwood
Colorado church planter Ben Mandrell has been nominated to become the 10th president and CEO of LifeWay Christian Resources. Also this week, we sit down with Ronnie Floyd, Kevin Ezell, and Paul Chitwood to discuss the future of the SBC.
Three more instances of sexual abuse were reported this week in the SBC. Also, we cover some seminary moves and talk with our two newest seminary presidents.
We recap everything that went on at the 2019 SBC Annual Meeting in Birmingham on this week’s episode and highlight some of our favorite moments.
Dr. Jamie Dew was unanimously elected as the ninth president of New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary this week. Also, we tie up some loose ends related to #SBC19 on the show.
The SBC Executive Committee and President J.D. Greear announced this week that there will be some potential revisions to their bylaw and amendment recommendations at the SBC Annual Meeting. We also sat down with President Greear to discuss his first year in office.
In our big SBC Annual Meeting Preview Episode, we look at the meeting in four parts and discuss many of the ancillary events and happenings related to #SBC19.
New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary announced Dr. Jamie Dew as its presidential candidate. Also, the ACP statistical summary was released this week and showed declines across the board.