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Frank S. Page answers questions related to recommendations from the Executive Committee about the potential future sale of the SBC Building in Nashville.

We the undersigned affirm our commitment to cooperative ministry as a testimony of our unity in Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior. The passion which drives our unity is twofold: to clarify our evangelistic fervor for the souls of men and women across the nation and around the world, and to magnify the glory of God in the face of Jesus Christ.

In the past, we have identified our doctrinal heritage through adoption of The Baptist Faith and Message. In this confessional statement of faith, we affirmed our unswerving allegiance to the following:

  • Belief in the Bible as God’s inerrant, infallible, authoritative, and sufficient Word;
  • Belief in and commitment to the Person and work of the one true God who has revealed Himself as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit;
  • Belief in the doctrine of salvation by grace through faith in Jesus Christ alone, accessible to everyone who believes, regardless of their heritage, race, ethnicity, language, or socio-economic station in life;
  • Belief in the ecclesiological affirmations of believer’s baptism and the gathered church, each church being governed congrega...
Undesignated giving was one of only three categories of the Annual Church Profile that showed an increase in the most recent reporting year.
Eighty next-generation leaders got an insider’s glimpse of the Southern Baptist Convention’s inner workings in a series of mealtime meetings with five key SBC leaders.
Southern Baptists have addressed mental health needs through resolutions, entity actions, and an advisory group to provide insight and resources for mental health issues.
Ouachita Baptist University’s Pruet School of Christian Studies hosted the sixth annual Conference on Issues in Christian Counseling at OBU on February 26.
The following is a list of non-Anglos who have served as president of their respective state Baptist conventions.
In one of the most historic meetings in the Southern Baptist Convention’s 167-year history, messengers meeting June 19-20 elected the body’s first African American president.