The Guidepost Solutions report into allegations of the SBC Executive Committee mishandling sexual abuse was released this week. In it was a bombshell allegation of sexual abuse by former NAMB vice president Johnny Hunt.
NAMB is bring the Send Conference back to Nashville in 2024, 2027 and 2030. Also, IMB has commissioned its latest crop of new missionaries.
The 2021 SBC Annual Church Profile results were released this week. While they did show a continued decline in membership, baptisms bounced back following last year’s significant dip due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
First Baptist Church Keller hosted a presidential candidate forum this past week, and there are some new giving totals that should encourage Southern Baptists.
The SBC Executive Committee voted to move the 2023 SBC Annual Meeting from Charlotte to New Orleans this week. Also, Charles Billingsley stopped by to talk about his latest project.
The SBC Executive Committee has called a special meeting to propose a relocation of the 2023 SBC Annual Meeting from Charlotte to New Orleans. Also, David Roach shares about his new book related to the SBC and civil rights.
The SBC Annual Meeting has a new home for live streaming this year, and SBC President Ed Litton has named his Committee on Committees for 2022.
There was a shakeup in the race for SBC president this week and Willy Rice withdrew from consideration and Bart Barber entered the mix. Also, Amy and Jonathan cover trustee meetings from three seminaries.
Bob Hines, member of University Baptist Church in Houston, is headed on a 144-day trip to the International Space Station. Also, there were more SBC22 candidates for office announced this week.
Florida pastor Tom Ascol and former IMB missionary Robin Hadaway were announced this week as candidates for SBC president at the 2022 SBC Annual Meeting. Also, Voddie Baucham was announced as a potential candidate for the SBC Pastors’ Conference presidency.