October 2, 2019
|October 1, 2019 by Art Toalston, Baptist Press|
|Amy Whitfield has been named as associate vice president for convention communications of the Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee. |
|September 30, 2019 by Liz Tablazon, BR Assistant Editor|
Pastors, church leaders and other participants came from numerous states and as far as India for equipping and encouragement on prayer.
|September 30, 2019 by Chad Austin, BSC Communications|
Melanie Wallace was elected president of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina’s board of directors, becoming the first woman elected as board president since 1993.
Heading into 2020 elections, most evangelicals want to play nice in politics
Board endorses bylaw measures to address misconduct
Committee on Nominations report
HOLLIFIELD: Floyd’s 5 keys for transforming the culture in the SBC
Follow along with ‘Caring Well’ conference
This week’s newsletter is chock-full of news. Don’t miss the reports here, here and here from the latest meeting of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina’s board of directors.
Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary’s (SEBTS) Amy Whitfield was named associate vice president for communications at the Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee. SEBTS recently hosted their annual 9Marks Conference, which focused on prayer.
Biblical Recorder staff will be covering the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission’s national conference Thursday through Saturday in Dallas, Texas. This year’s event was changed from its original theme to address sex abuse in Southern Baptist churches. The conference is titled “Caring Well: Equipping Churches to Confront the Abuse Crisis.”
It is expected to be an important milestone in Southern Baptist life. Stay up to date Oct. 3-5 by tuning in to the livestream and following us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Let us know if you have questions or comments!