Amy and Jonathan take a look back at the year in Southern Baptist life and answer their questions for the year.
Questions for 2021
- How will the COVID-19 pandemic affect us in 2021?
- Will we see more diverse first- and second-chair leaders?
- What will the Annual Meeting look like?
- Who will be nominated for SBC offices in Nashville?
- How will the Send Conference be received in place of the pastors’ conference?
- How will the major launch of Go2 affect sending numbers in coming years?
- Will the AAEO rebound?
- Will LMCO meet their 175M goal?
- How will Southern Baptists respond to potential legislation from the Biden administration that could infringe on our beliefs and religious liberties?
- What will be the surprise story of 2021?
All the upheaval and disruption of the last two years has left many asking, “What does ministry look like now?” The Ministry Now Conference will answer this question. On March 22-24, experienced ministry leaders from across the nation will gather at Southwestern Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas, to explore how God’s churches can thrive in this ever-changing ministry context. Founded on an unyielding commitment to biblical truth, built by expert practitioners, and designed to encourage and equip God’s people in every area of ministry, this gathering will empower you to live your calling— wherever you serve God. So join us in Fort Worth, Texas, on March 22-24. Discounted registration ends January 15, so reserve your tickets now at swbts.edu/ministrynow2022.
Top Stories of the Year
- 2021 SBC Annual Meeting
- Ed Litton elected SBC president
- Leadership transitions
- Baptism movement
- Ongoing pandemic
- SBC entity news
- Strong giving
- Disaster relief
- State annual meetings
- SBC Executive Committee third-party review