North Carolina, Mississippi, and the SBTC all proposed increases in their national CP giving this week, and Brandon Porter has been tapped as the next leader of Baptist Press.
- CP increase, restructure approved by North Carolina Baptists’ executive committee – https://bit.ly/3mCTBwv
- Mississippi, Texas see budget increases, anticipate strong CP – https://bit.ly/3DmrgR9
- SBTC board affirms NAMB collaboration, elects leaders – https://bit.ly/3kqTkdE
- Brandon Porter named associate vice president for convention news – https://bit.ly/3BepHD1
- TRUSTEES: Mandrell shares strategy for next era of Lifeway ministry – https://bit.ly/3DjC9TV
- Lifeway names chief marketing officer; Patterson poised to leave ERLC – https://bit.ly/3BavTfc
- FBC Sutherland Springs to demolish building where gunman killed 26 worshipers – https://bit.ly/3klOVbO
- Melson elected SBU president – https://bit.ly/3gDdYG9
- Seminaries, colleges take steps to address COVID concerns – https://bit.ly/2Y0CIln
- MBTS community mourns loss of student, spouse, friend – https://bit.ly/2XPwuVd
- Missouri’s oldest associational leader dies at 95 – https://bit.ly/3DlC6XO
- Dozens still missing in record Tennessee floods; Southern Baptists responding – https://bit.ly/3BgshZb
This Week in SBC History
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