LifeWay has identified a buyer for Ridgecrest, and four seminaries held trustee meetings this past week.
Giving totals are in for CP, LMCO, and AAEO for 2020, and Southern Baptists have shown their generosity and faithfulness through their giving.
LifeWay filed a lawsuit against its former CEO this past week, and GuideStone has announced a succession plan for O.S. Hawkins.
The SBC Executive Committee met to approve the CP Allocation Budget and the EC operating budget. Also, there’s a new CFO coming to the EC.
We have an annual meeting theme for 2021, and there’s been a shakeup at First Baptist Atlanta. Also, Southern Baptist Disaster Relief teams are working across the country in multiple states.
Southwestern and Baylor are suing a foundation that was set up to benefit the schools after a change in its governing docs has jeopardized millions. Also, Greg Addison is moving to the SBC Executive Committee as its new Executive Vice President.
The COVID-19 global pandemic has changed how many states will meet this fall and has also led to the cancellation of several meetings. Also, there’s good news regarding CP giving.
LifeWay trustees met this week to pass a “bridge year” budget, and Jerry Falwell Jr. is no longer president at Liberty University.
The body of the wife of a Kansas City-area pastor has been found after she went missing more than three weeks ago. Also, longtime EC CFO Bill Townes announced his impending retirement this week.
The continuing COVID-19 global pandemic has forced most SBC entities to move their fall trustee meetings to online meetings. Also, Liberty University has placed its president, Jerry Falwell, Jr., on administrative leave.