SBC president Steve Gaines answered questions from Baptist Press regarding this year’s annual meeting and lessons and rewarding moments he’s encountered during the past two years.
The SBC Committee on Resolutions for the 2018 SBC annual meeting may be one of the most diverse committees in SBC history.
A Kentucky church plant is helping newcomers to America transition to new lives that the church hopes will include serving Christ.
Children in unsafe, vulnerable, voiceless situations are on the rise. How can Southern Baptists make a difference with so many children in need?
Army chaplains meet the unique needs of soldiers by training, serving, and living alongside them.
Searching for the Lord first, foremost, passionately, and continually brings joy into all other searches.
They say everything’s bigger in Texas. Well, that’s certainly the case when it comes to Dallas-Fort Worth—a large landscape of cities that have inched so close together it’s hard to tell where one ends and another begins.
It has been said that if you scratch a Southern Baptist, he or she will bleed missions and evangelism. We love to study and apply sound doctrine. We love meaningful, biblical fellowship with other believers.
The Cooperative Program Stage provides an opportunity for messengers to the SBC annual meeting to hear firsthand reports about a variety of SBC missions and ministries, and “listen in” on panel discussions on important issues for Southern Baptists.
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