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.
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Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary professor of archaeology Steven Ortiz told CNN that “he believes several fragments purchased by the seminary since 2010 may not be authentic.”
Johnny Hunt, longtime pastor of First Baptist Church Woodstock, Ga., and past president of the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC), will be nominated to join the North American Mission Board (NAMB) as senior vice president of evangelism and leadership.
ALPHARETTA, Ga. (BP) — The North American Mission Board (NAMB) is launching an evangelism and leadership group that will promote evangelism among Southern Baptist churches, provide evangelistic resources and equip pastors to help their congregations become more...