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When the Southern Baptist Convention is called to order each year, one of several historic gavels is used to open the meeting, and then those same gavels are alternated throughout the proceedings. Each gavel is literally a chip off the old block of Southern Baptist history:
Last year, after accepting the nomination for presidency of the SBC, I laid out my prayers for our Convention. One year in, as we assemble for our annual meeting in Birmingham, I am just as excited to see God moving in every one of these areas.
Greear’s Action Steps Gain Traction
“We serve a God who laid down his life to protect the vulnerable. How dare we proclaim that Gospel with our mouths and turn a blind eye when the vulnerable in our midst cry out for help?”
Southern Baptist publications across the nation will have their day, July 28.
The EC voted to recommend the addition of Children’s Ministry Day to the SBC calendar, requested by ten-year-old Zak McCullar.
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.
Frank S. Page answers questions related to recommendations from the Executive Committee about the potential future sale of the SBC Building in Nashville.
A pledge from the 2011 SBC annual meeting to “walk in unity as brothers and sisters in Christ.”
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.
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