WMU has announced budget and personnel cuts, and this week’s election provided some wins and some losses for Southern Baptist interests.
- WMU approves reduced budget, 12 accept voluntary retirement offer https://bit.ly/32jFRvS
- Mandrell affirms Ridgecrest buyers’ commitment to ‘evangelical essentials’ https://bit.ly/2IbY87l
- Large gifts boost giving totals to begin fiscal year https://bit.ly/2JzCWIO
- Voters approve Louisiana abortion restriction and Alabama church gun laws https://bit.ly/3n4JQEF
- Oregon decriminalizes opioids; marijuana, gambling legalized in other states https://bit.ly/3p4SFjm
- Mississippi voters adopt ‘In God We Trust’ flag free of Confederate emblem https://bit.ly/3pbdrOD
- Heartbroken Boyce College students mourn sudden death of Nick Challies https://bit.ly/2JzD8Yy
- STATE MEETINGS: Minnesota-Wisconsin, Indiana, Utah-Idaho https://bit.ly/367qt72
- STATE MEETINGS: California celebrates financial rebound; Illinois marks ‘many victories’ https://bit.ly/38g6zsW
- Liberty trustees approve new leadership model https://bit.ly/38pd9gK
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
- Carter Resigns Brotherhood Commission Trustee Post