NAMB has filed a response to the Will McRaney lawsuit and requested it be moved to a Georgia court. Also, we sit down with Nate Millican to talk all things Phoenix ahead of next month’s SBC Annual Meeting.
SBC President Steve Gaines joined us this week to discuss his first year as president and his upcoming nomination for a second year. He also provided some details on the annual meeting schedule and components of the meeting next month in Phoenix.
Nominations for SBC17 continue to roll in. This week, three nominations and one withdrawal highlight the news.
The nominations for SBC trustees have been released. We cover that slate of potential trustees and discuss a new young pastors initiative in North Carolina with pastors Matt Capps and John Mark Harrison.
On this special episode, we break down the schedule for the SBC Annual Meeting and the events revolving around the meeting.
Prestonwood Renews CP Commitment; SWBTS Apologizes for Photo; an Extended Interview with Dr. Danny Akin
Prestonwood pastor Jack Graham announced the end of their escrowing of CP funds this week, Southwestern President Paige Patterson issued an apology after a picture of their faculty drew online backlash, and we sat down with Danny Akin for an extended interview to celebrate our 100th episode.
NAMB is facing a lawsuit from a former state executive director. Also, trustee reports are in from SEBTS and NOBTS, and we have our first nominee for a convention officer for 2017.
Dr. Gaines has named the 2017 Committee on Committees and there are several seminary trustee meeting recaps to cover on this week’s episode—all with major news.
News from both Southeastern and Midwestern seminaries highlight this week’s episode as well as a major announcement from ERLC and TGC about a conference slated for next April. Also, a state convention executive director got an airplane this week in 1957.
The Committee on Resolutions, the first committee for the 2017 SBC Annual Meeting, was named by President Steve Gaines this week. Also, there was a terrible tragedy involving a Southern Baptist Church in Texas that resulted in the death of 13 church members.