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SBC President J. D. Greear stated his theme as “Gospel Above All” and expressed that he will reflect on the Gospel “again and again” during his term.

On any given weekend, more than five million Southern Baptists gather to worship around the country. Can you imagine the impact if every one of them asked God each day to let him or her lead one person to Christ next year?

Funding for an SBC presidential initiative to address sexual abuse in the church was approved by the SBC Executive Committee during its September 17–18 meeting in Nashville, Tennessee.

Ongoing infrastructure upgrades in the city of Birmingham coupled with major water damage to one of the two convention hotels have added a layer of complexity to parking, transportation, and lodging options.

Your church has a vital role to play in reaching every nation. The Lottie Moon Christmas Offering is a critical part of that.

Arkansas church members partner with IMB field personnel whose lives are spent sharing Jesus with those who have little to nothing.

At the IMB, we believe that every church, regardless of its location, size, or resources, has a part to play in reaching the nations with the Gospel. And the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering is one way—a vital way—your church can engage and reach the unreached.

The CAAC welcomed five new members, reviewed the group’s database dashboard, prayed for the presidential search committees of five SBC entities, and set 2019 goals and action plans during its August 2–3 meeting in Atlanta.

The church personnel or pastor search committee is the first line of defense against sexual predators and others bent on causing harm being employed in a church setting.

Depression is an invisible sickness. It cannot be seen. A broken leg is obvious. But a broken soul—is there such a thing?

Southern Baptist churches in the St. George, Utah, area work together in Kingdom-building to bring living water to the people who live in the parched and starkly beautiful southwestern corner of the state.

I have come to believe there are things J. D. and I practice that help us love what we do.