The SBTC has removed a San Antonio-area church from fellowship after the church decided to retain a sex offender as their pastor. Also, we take some listener questions this week.
New trustees have been proposed by the Committee on Nominations and a lawsuit against NAMB has been dismissed.
Dr. Matthew J. Hall has been promoted to the provost position at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, and SBC President J.D. Greear will be nominated for a second term by K. Marshall Williams.
The big news this week came from Fort Worth as the windows depicting conservative resurgence leaders and denominational figures were removed from MacGorman Chapel.
Ronnie Floyd was elected this week as the new President and CEO of the Executive Committee of the Southern Baptist Convention. We share the news of the week and hear from him on this episode.
It’s a congratulatory episode this week as we celebrate the launch of the new SBC Women’s Leadership Network as well as an engagement and a few promotions.
LifeWay announced this week it would be closing all of its retail stores in 2019. Also, a special meeting has been called at the Executive Committee to vote on a presidential candidate.
A bill that was introduced this week in the Texas legislature would allow churches to reveal if former employees had been let go due to abuse allegations. Also, more details have emerged in the case involving David Sills.
Brad Waggoner has been named the acting CEO and President of LifeWay. We also provide an update on CP for the fiscal year and on the continued fallout of the recent sex abuse report.
Southwestern officially has a new president in Dr. Adam W. Greenway. Also, the Executive Committee and SBC President J.D. Greear responded to church inquiries over the fallout from the Abuse of Faith series.