The first week of 2021 gave us some tumultuous events in the SBC and in the nation. Amy and Jonathan also take a look at a few stories that may have gotten missed over the Christmas holidays.
- Southern Baptist leaders condemn storming of U.S. Capitol – https://bit.ly/3s5Utdu
- Moore addresses ‘chaos’ in D.C., calls for leadership, healing – https://bit.ly/3hXSKlV
- NAAF leaders, seminary presidents hold ‘honest and open conversation’ – https://bit.ly/2XpJJZq
- Designated giving remains strong, CP giving takes step backward in December report – https://bit.ly/35jEDCg
- Fire guts Cowpens church sanctuary on Christmas weekend – https://bit.ly/2KK8Xir
- LifeWay finalizes Ridgecrest sale – https://bit.ly/2JxlG7q
- Southern Baptist leaders remember Fred Wolfe’s impact for the Gospel – https://bit.ly/39bVND3
- Judson College to open for spring 2021 – https://bit.ly/35jSDMb
- Western Recorder to cease monthly publication – https://bit.ly/3bgwbHQ
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This Week in SBC History
- 22-Year-Old Mission Check Found In Files