SBC This Week’s very own Jonathan Howe was named Vice President of Communications for the SBC Executive Committee this week. We cover that and more on this week’s episode.
Multisite churches will now have distinct SBC IDs for each campus which will allow for better tracking and data.
At an event in Orlando this week, SBC leaders gathered to cast vision for the 2020 Annual Meeting, and President J.D. Greear announced the theme for the meeting as well. Also, an article from the Houston Chronicle revealed more allegations of sex abuse coverup in the SBC.
The Trump Administration announced a reprieve on Bible tariffs this week, and a youth pastor in Oklahoma was arrested and charged with sexual misconduct.
Legal updates and updates to previously reported stories dominate this week’s news. We also report on CP giving with just two months left in the budget year.
A lawsuit was filed this week against the Village Church stemming from an alleged sexual assault in 2012. Also, there was more fallout from the Founders Ministries documentary trailer.
Executive Committee Vice President for Convention Policy Augie Boto announced his intention to retire this week. We cover that and public response to a documentary trailer and more on this week’s episode.
A review into a Missouri Baptist college concluded the school has moved away from its statement of faith. We also sit down with author and advocate Mary DeMuth for a discussion about her new book, We Too.
Earthquakes and Flooding Prompt Send Relief Response; an Interview with David Melber and Vance Pitman
A series of earthquakes in California and flooding related to Tropical Storm Barry have mobilized Southern Baptist disaster relief efforts. Also on today’s show, we sit down with Vance Pitman and David Melber to discuss the ministries of Send Relief.
Former IMB missionary and South Carolina Baptist Associate Executive Director Mark Aderholt pleaded guilty this week to an assault charge and is currently serving time in a Texas jail.