|April 17, 2018 by David Roach & Diana Chandler, Baptist Press|
|The committee charged with nominating the next president of the Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee is marked by racial and gender diversity as well as a mixture of clergy and laypeople. READ MORE|
|April 16, 2018 by BR Staff|
|The digital world of podcasts is expanding at a remarkable pace, and many Southern Baptists are taking advantage of the audio platform’s popularity to broadcast their message across the web. READ MORE|
|April 16, 2018 by Seth Brown, BR Content Editor|
As many churches strive to achieve more ethnic diversity in their pews, they often discover that maintaining unity in a multicultural congregation means hard work. READ MORE
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Unprecedented, unnecessary campaigns
In my editorial this week, I highlighted two lessons from history. One reminds us of a horrible atrocity, the other of a spiritual giant from N.C. Baptists’ recent past. The lessons from both points of reference must not be forgotten. Please take a few minutes to read it.
Podcasts have been a trendy communication tool for about 10 years, but in the last 3-4 years they have become even more popular. In a team effort by the BR staff, we shared a story about several popular podcasts this week. Some North Carolina Baptists are doing a great job with podcasts. Read their story here and tune in.