This week saw the announced departure of David Platt from the International Board, the announcement of the Pastors’ Conference lineup, a response from Sovereign Grace Church, and much more. It was a busy one.
A Southern Baptist Church is involved in a very public discussion about alleged sexual abuse and cover-up. Also, good news about CP in this week’s episode.
Preparation for the SBC Annual Meeting in Dallas is in full swing as two SBC presidential nominees were announced this week.
Legal updates dominate the news this week as the SBC was added as a defendant in the Pressler sexual assault lawsuit. Also, a lawsuit against NAMB was allowed to proceed to the next stage.
IMB reported that LMCO gifts for Q1 were up 4.1% over the previous year, also the theme and logo for SBC18 were released this week.
GuideStone surprised folks this week by announcing they had sold their headquarters in Dallas and are moving to a new location in the Metroplex.
As is our custom, we assess 10 questions for the upcoming year in the Southern Baptist Convention.
In our final episode of 2017, we look back on the year, its stories, and name our resource of the year.
Southern Baptists have a new prayer emphasis for 2018, and we discuss our 10 most fascinating Southern Baptists of the year.
Shocking news out of Texas this week as Judge Paul Pressler, one of the two main architects of the Conservative Resurgence, has been sued for sexual assault on a 14-year-old boy.