Three nominations for the three top posts at the Baptist
State Convention of North Carolina (BSC)
have been announced.
Mark Harris, pastor of First
in Charlotte, will be nominated for
the president’s role by Marty Jacumin, pastor of Bay Leaf Baptist Church in Raleigh.
He is currently the first vice president. Harris was also president of the 2008
For first vice president Bobby Blanton, pastor of Lake
Norman Baptist Church
in Huntersville and chairman of the BSC’s
Executive Committee, will nominate CJ Bordeaux, who is currently serving as
second vice president. Bordeaux is
pastor of Gorman Baptist
Church in Durham
and has previously served on the Giving Plan Study Committee and Committee on
Committees as well as through the Home Mission Board (currently the North
American Mission Board).
Lee Pigg, pastor of Hopewell
in Monroe, has announced his intent
to nominate Timmy Blair for second vice president. Blair is pastor of Piney
Grove Chapel Baptist
Church in Angier.
In other nominations, Blair will nominate Scott Faw as
president elect of the Pastor’s Conference. Faw is pastor of Moon’s Chapel
Baptist Church in Siler City. The president is elected two years in advance to
help in coordinating the line-up of speakers.
The elections will take place in Greensboro
at the BSC’s annual meeting in November.