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The Executive Committee presidential search committee announced that it is accepting nominations for the next SBC Executive Committee president.
Telling the Story of Southern Baptists with EC Resources
The Executive Committee strives to assist churches by providing various resources.
GuideStone Marks Its Centennial with a Nod to the Past and a Focus on the Future
The story of GuideStone® could be told in time: one hundred years of ministry. It could be told in dollars: A $100,000 gift from the Baptist Sunday School Board that kicked off its ministry in 1918.
The Executive Committee was established in 1917 to serve as a vital link in this great fellowship of Southern Baptists.
Four key Southern Baptist pastors will be casting vision for the Cooperative Program in different regions of the country as part of the “young leaders” initiative of the SBC Executive Committee.
Last December, the SBC Executive Committee staff had the opportunity to serve some of the aged ministers and widows who receive assistance from Mission:Dignity, GuideStone’s relief ministry.
Page reviewed the legacy Southern Baptists are building through the Cooperative Program when he addressed the opening session of the February 22–23 Executive Committee meeting in Nashville.
Statement of Principles, 1928 SBC Annual, pp.32-33
The relations between this Convention and other Baptist bodies can be understood in the light of a few basic New Testament principles.
Focus on WMU is a time for churches to highlight ways in which God is changing lives through missions discipleship opportunities provided by WMU.
A Summer of Change for Golden Gate Baptist Seminary by Ben M. Skaug; Leaving My Heart near San Francisco: Reflections from Alumni-Trustees on Selling the Mill Valley, California, Campus by Tyler Sanders