Texas evangelism leader Nathan Lorick has been named the new executive director of the Colorado state convention and MBTS has made some big name additions.
Samford University has opted out of SBC state funding after they affirmed a LGBT-focused student group.
More than 5,500 artifacts have been forfeited by Hobby Lobby and they’ve been fined $3 million. We discuss this and update you on the FY17 cooperative program budget plus much more.
Judicial rulings involving religious liberty dominated the news wires this week. We also have a contest for listeners to win a banner from SBC17. Be sure to listen for the details of that.
Outgoing SBC Registration Secretary Jim Wells passed away this week. We discuss his contributions to SBC life and recap an otherwise slow news week in the SBC.
We recap the events, motions, resolutions, elections, and reports from SBC 17. We also talk about food a lot this week.
SBC17 is upon us but first, we have updates on the ACP report, Lottie Moon offering, and CP giving plus much more as we head to Phoenix.
It’s a slow news week, but there’s a big announcement about the “dress code” for the SBC Annual Meeting and an update on a big story we’ve been tracking for the past 18 months.
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.