November 13, 2019
|November 12, 2019 by Chad Austin, BSC Communications|
|Milton A. Hollifield Jr. announced organizational and staff changes that include the formation of the newly named Church Health and Revitalization Team.|
|November 11, 2019 by Amy Whitfield, Baptist Press|
Ronnie Floyd announced Nov. 1 the addition of three full-time EC staff positions that would focus on increasing diverse engagement. This is the first of the roles to be filled.
|November 12, 2019 by Diana Chandler, Baptist Press|
First Baptist Church of Clarksville, Tenn., is no longer considering for senior pastor Wes Feltner, accused of pastoral abuse by two women who were students in his former youth ministry.
|November 11, 2019 by Diana Chandler, Baptist Press|
A network of Christian women’s health centers in Texas will begin providing contraceptives in March 2020, according to the network’s CEO who is a Southern Baptist.
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Good news from Greensboro
Your Biblical Recorder staff has been in Greensboro, N.C. for the past few days, covering the 2019 annual meeting of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina.
If you were tracking our live coverage on social media, you saw how encouraging the meeting was. I heard from several messengers that they felt a strong sense of unity and partnership among N.C. Baptists this week.
One of my favorite moments came in the form of a church planting celebration that took place Monday evening. More than 100 church planters and their families were welcomed on stage for a time of prayer. The ethnic diversity represented in the group was astounding.
We can't wait to tell you more about it. Expect more news reports from the annual meeting in the coming days.
Until then, here are three news items to note: