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May 2017 Issue

“If you love somebody you talk with them; you don’t just talk to them, you listen to them, with them. And if you love someone, you talk about them.”
Arizona is a vision. And God has given us a vision for Arizona!
It is with a grateful heart that I address you as president of our Southern Baptist Convention. Thank you for allowing me to serve you and our Lord this past year.
Program for the 2017 SBC annual meeting in Phoenix, Arizona.
Schedules for conferences and events surrounding the 2017 SBC annual meeting in Phoenix, Arizona.
The goal of this year’s Crossover is to “Engage Phoenix with the Gospel” through a partnership with Harvest America.
Let’s talk about what it looks like to be Southern Baptists on mission for God in 2017. Let’s talk at the CP Stage and Platform this summer in Phoenix.
Attendees to the SBC annual meeting can stay up to date with a mobile app, which will include more than a dozen features.
It’s not just by chance that Calvary Baptist Church has grown from fewer than one hundred to more than two thousand in worship each week, said the church’s pastor.
The advisory group hopes to draft recommendations to foster vibrant participation within Southern Baptist life among young leaders, including both pastors and denominational servants.
Calling on the Southern Baptist PrayerLink team to “fan into flame a passionate pursuit of God in prayer,” Chris Schofield opened the winter leadership team meeting as the group’s first executive director.
Reports from recent meetings of associational groups SBCAL, AIM, and NOBA.
For fifty years, Southern Baptist Disaster Relief (SBDR) has demonstrated Christ’s love in a tangible way to a watching world.
The Cooperative Program was launched in 1925 as a threefold system of support.
Items that will be considered at the 2017 SBC annual meeting in Phoenix, Arizona.
During its third and final meeting, the Women’s Advisory Council received reports from work teams, reviewed research findings from a survey it conducted in 2016, and began formulating specific recommendations to present to Frank S. Page, president and CEO of the SBC Executive Committee.
Dear pastor’s wife, our only hope and our greatest pleasure comes from spending time with Jesus, allowing His words to become our joy and the delight of our hearts.