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SBC President Ed Litton announced this week he would not seek a second term in office, and Clint Pressley announced he would nominate Willy Rice this summer in Anaheim for the spot. Also, Hance Dilbeck officially took the reins of GuideStone March 1.
- Litton announces ‘Gospel-based reconciliation initiative,’ will not seek second term as SBC president – https://bit.ly/3tC5PHY
- Florida pastor Willy Rice to be nominated for SBC president – https://bit.ly/3KlqjeL
- CP giving climbs even higher with February report – https://bit.ly/3tsPSDL
- GuideStone trustees hear reports, honor Hawkins; Dilbeck calls 2022 the ‘Year to Set a Stone’ – https://bit.ly/3txU0lZ
- SBDR, Send Relief enter new working agreement for disaster relief – https://bit.ly/3pCv0Ja
This Week in SBC History
- Read This Story of Vaxel Jarman And Go Find Another Excuse
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Resources of the Week
- Amy: Dobbs landing page
- Jonathan: Send Serve Tour https://bit.ly/3MnNvuz
The announcement of Willy Rice’s nomination seems abrupt. Is there thought and prayer given to making a nomination? This would make one ask if Mr. Pressley had prior knowledge of the resignation and are these nominations planned in a advance of the announcement. I guess it would be naive to think there would be a season of prayer involved by anyone considering such a critical nomination I’m grateful for Dr. Litton’s heart and humility in seeking God’s will for his ministry.