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With a desire to keep the focus on the power of revival and prayer, Southern Baptist Convention President Fred Luter expressed excitement about this year’s SBC annual meeting June 10–11 in Baltimore. Messengers also will elect a new president as Luter wraps up his second term.
Messengers to the Southern Baptist Convention annual meeting can stay up to date with a smartphone app, which will include more than a dozen features, including schedules, maps, alerts, speakers, newsfeeds, the Book of Reports, the Daily Bulletin, and much more.
Our theme for 2014 is Restoration and Revival Through Prayer, taken from Psalm 80:18–19. Brothers and sisters, I am convinced that our churches, our Convention, and our country can experience true revival once we as believers make prayer a priority in our personal and public lives.
The game of baseball closely resembles life in many ways. Chris Davis, emerging superstar of the Baltimore Orioles, is living out this truism, and it is leading him in a closer walk with the Lord.
There are a number of attractions in the Baltimore and Washington, DC areas to enjoy while you're in town for the SBC annual meeting.
As the home of Annie Armstrong and the first home of WMU, there could not be a more appropriate place to culminate a yearlong celebration of the 125th anniversary of WMU than Baltimore.
“We are excited about the interest we’ve seen from other states and churches to serve with us in Baltimore this year. These partners coming alongside us will help extend our reach around the city and connect our community to the local churches already at work in Baltimore.”
The Southern Baptist Convention’s Executive Committee will consider a proposal at its June 9, 2014, meeting to update the SBC Constitution regarding qualifications for churches to send messengers to the annual meeting.