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The Multi-Ethnic Advisory Council received six reports and engaged in conversation about common ministry needs among the ethnic and racial groups represented by council members at its March 10–11 meeting in Atlanta.
The present article is an attempt to represent the nature of the Mental Health Advisory Group's work and the hope generated among the members because of their work.
The Women’s Ministry Advisory Council will gather and share information about perspectives and strategies women in Southern Baptist churches bring to our common task of reaching our nation and the nations with the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ.
The advisory group met on November 21 in Nashville to discuss each subgroup's findings and begin the process of collating their findings into its report.
Church planting among Asian groups, international missions to Asian peoples, and increased Asian cooperation with the larger Southern Baptist family are among the prominent themes in the Asian American Advisory Council report.
The Council, representing numerous language, ethnic, and racial fellowships within the SBC, explored how their churches can more fully participate in Convention processes and reflected on ways the Convention can better serve the needs of their respective churches.
The Asian American Advisory Council, representing numerous Asian cultures and language groups, identified a number of common challenges its churches must address if they are to survive and expand in the years to come.
They are all full-time pastors, but many of them are also farmers, public school teachers, salesmen, engineers, construction workers, butchers, agricultural consultants, and business owners.
Celebrating that the number of African American congregations has almost doubled since 1998, members of the AAAC held its final meeting and presented its final report.
SBC entities are highlighting the importance of mental health ministry in response to a motion made at the 2013 annual meeting.