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.
The Woman’s Missionary Union announced this week that it will offer employees a voluntary retirement as the missions organization deals with the financial impact from the COVID-19 global pandemic. Also, there’s quite a bit of discussion about animals on the show this week.
Pastor resigns after event celebrating Confederate general, KKK leader; COVID outbreak hits Alabama church
An Alabama pastor resigned after controversy arose following his involvement in an event honoring Nathan Bedford Forrest. Also in Alabama, a church has seen ana COVID-19 outbreak affect more than 40 members.
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Southwestern Seminary alumnus Adam W. Greenway, dean of the Billy Graham School of Missions, Evangelism and Ministry at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, has been unanimously selected by Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary’s Presidential Search Committee as their nominee to fill the presidential vacancy.
A few listeners have asked about other Resolutions Committee chairpersons, so we compiled a list going back to 1980 for reference.
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