Jim Richards announced this week his plans to retire at the end of 2021 as the executive director of the SBTC. Also, there are several state convention recaps to cover.
- Richards announces plans to step down in 2021 https://bit.ly/3nk3cWq
- STATE MEETINGS: New Mexico elects executive director; New England prepares for revitalization https://bit.ly/38F8QhQ
- STATE MEETINGS: Wyoming to become self-sustaining; Hawaii Pacific meeting draws participants worldwide https://bit.ly/3poPy63
- STATE MEETINGS: West Virginia to be self-sustaining; New York stalwart amid challenges https://bit.ly/2ImUCaB
- STATE MEETINGS: Oklahoma remembers race massacre; Georgia passes resolutions on racism, CRT https://bit.ly/3prECo6
- STATE MEETINGS: Kentucky mission continues; North Carolina celebrates Hollifield https://bit.ly/38CBCiU
- SBC hotel company delivers apology, gift cards https://bit.ly/2K4I9c0
This fall, Southwestern Seminary announced a new, joint Master of Divinity and Master of Business Administration degree. Built in partnership with Dallas Baptist University, this new degree path is designed to equip believers with a versatile degree for today’s church and marketplace. Equipped with deep theological knowledge and flexible business skills, men and women will be able to use this training to take the Gospel all over the world, wherever God may call them. If you’re interested in the new joint M.Div./MBA, then visit swbts.edu/MDIVMBA for more information.
This Week in SBC History
- A look back at the 2000 presidential election