An eventful SBC Executive Committee meeting saw the launch of Vision 2025, a partnership with NAMB and IMB, and the formation of a study task force.
Pastor David Uth announced the lineup for the 2020 SBC Pastors’ Conference and created a stir on social media.
NAMB was in court this week to defend a ruling in its favor, and trustees reported from their meetings at LifeWay, IMB, and WMU.
Jamie Dew was inaugurated at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, and we sit down with George Schroeder to discuss the future of Baptist Press.
President Trump became the first sitting president to speak at March for Life, and there is a new candidate for SBC 2VP.
Baptist Press has a new leader and the race for SBC president has a new contender.
The Arkansas Baptist State Convention, a local church, and association have been named in a sex abuse lawsuit and there are several personnel transitions in the SBC to discuss on this week’s episode.
Every January, Amy and Jonathan share their 10 questions for the SBC for the coming year. For 2020, they may have an answer to one of them already.
2019 has been a year of change in the Southern Baptist Convention. On this year-end recap episode, Amy and Jonathan cover the top stories of the year, answer their 10 questions for 2019, and Amy shares her 10 most fascinating Southern Baptists of the year.
Willie McLaurin has been named the new Vice President for Great Commission Relations and Mobilization at the SBC Executive Committee. Also, several state conventions sent in recaps of their annual meetings.