SBC LIFE

sbclife logo

June 2018 Issue

Personal evangelism and tithing are imperative for reversing declines in key Southern Baptist Convention metrics, SBC Executive Committee Interim President D. August Boto told messengers June 12.
Tuesday, June 12, 2018, 9:42 am
SBC Executive Committee Interim President D. August Boto's first report to the messengers at the 2018 SBC annual meeting in Dallas, Texas.
Tuesday, June 12, 2018, 1:55 pm
SBC Executive Committee Interim President D. August Boto's second report to the messengers at the 2018 SBC annual meeting in Dallas, Texas.
SBC president Steve Gaines answered questions from Baptist Press regarding this year’s annual meeting and lessons and rewarding moments he’s encountered during the past two years.
Through Christ-centered ministries spread across the US, BCCF members promote and advocate for children, families, and the aging while championing the sanctity of life at every point.
Children in unsafe, vulnerable, voiceless situations are on the rise. How can Southern Baptists make a difference with so many children in need?
The world is the common denominator that links all the ministries of Semihan Church.
The increase in the national portion of Cooperative Program Allocation gifts is largely attributable to CP gifts forwarded by cooperating state Baptist conventions.
Southern Baptist evangelists who are concerned about the evangelism and baptism trends they see in the SBC want to partner with pastors and local churches in efforts to reach the lost.
Each year during spring break, Southwestern Seminary deploys preachers across the country to preach revivals in local churches and impact their surrounding communities with the Gospel.
The SBC Committee on Resolutions for the 2018 SBC annual meeting may be one of the most diverse committees in SBC history.
The Executive Committee presidential search committee announced that it is accepting nominations for the next SBC Executive Committee president.
Secular newspapers see the newsworthiness of Southern Baptist churches.
A Kentucky church plant is helping newcomers to America transition to new lives that the church hopes will include serving Christ.
A Syrian couple had to leave their country due to civil war and became refugees living in Jordan. But that was really a new beginning.
Army chaplains meet the unique needs of soldiers by training, serving, and living alongside them.
For one Army chaplain, his calling did not come in the form of a thunderous voice or dramatic event. It came when he opened the local classified section.
Telling the Story of Southern Baptists with EC Resources
The Executive Committee strives to assist churches by providing various resources.
Searching for the Lord first, foremost, passionately, and continually brings joy into all other searches.