Thanks to the work of Mississippi Baptists, the state flag of Mississippi will no longer bear the image of a Confederate flag. Also, there’s some really good news regarding Cooperative Program giving this month.
Cedarville University released the findings of their internal investigation and reinstated president Thomas White. As a result, Danny Akin and another trustee resigned from the board.
Rolland Slade made history this week becoming the first African American to chair the SBC Executive Committee. Also this week is the 25th anniversary of the SBC resolution on racial reconciliation, so Richard Land stopped by to discuss this seminal moment in SBC history.
Southern Baptists commissioned 61 new missionaries last week, and there was a tragic development in the death of a N.C. pastor.
The SBC Annual Church Profile results are in, and they show another year of decline for the SBC. Also, SBC Advance was held June 2 to provide online ministry updates for Southern Baptists.
On the fifth anniversary of the launch of the podcast, Amy and Jonathan reminisce about some of their favorite moments from the past five years and discuss the death of George Floyd.
The SBC Executive Committee will be hosting an online ministry update on June 2, and Carol Pipes stops by to talk about World Changers.
LifeWay has been forced to cancel all summer camps this year due to the COVID-19 global pandemic.
Charles Billingsley joins the show for a discussion about his battle with COVID-19 and his new album. Also, there’s an update on CP giving.
LifeWay announced a series of cost-cutting measures this week including budget cuts, layoffs, and the elimination of the World Changers brand of camps.