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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.
- SBC leaders cast vision for 2020 SBC Annual Meeting http://bit.ly/2zhKKqo
- Greear: ‘Gospel Above All’ SBC theme worth repeating http://bit.ly/2zingl2
- Unearthed tapes, letters show Southern Baptist leaders’ support for pastor who faced sex scandal http://bit.ly/2zeCkju
- ‘Caring Well Challenge’ on abuse to launch Sunday http://bit.ly/2zdC0S2
- Sweeping changes ahead for 8 state conventions http://bit.ly/2zhWdGi
- Florida Hispanic gatherings highlight ‘Gospel Above All’ http://bit.ly/2zdGS9X
- Puerto Rico: NAMB breaks ground on Send Relief center http://bit.ly/2zeokWP
- Art Toalston to retire from Baptist Press http://bit.ly/2zdI2lP
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This Week in SBC History
- Child abuse troubles college students
Resources of the Week
- Amy: Missions Journey: Students
- Jonathan: Baptism Sunday