Category Archives: Southern Baptist Convention

KBC’s rich history uniquely entwined with that of the SBC

In September, I was invited to participate in a panel discussion on the future of state conventions hosted by Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary during a symposium on the past, present, and future of the Southern Baptist Convention. Any responsible discussion about the future must begin with an acknowledgement and right understanding of our past, for […]

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Why I go to SBC annual meetings

As Southern Baptists gather in Columbus, Ohio, for this year’s annual meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention, I’ll be in attendance. With plenty else to do, why use the time and money for a trip to Columbus? First, I go to the SBC because I believe in the Great Commission work of Southern Baptists and […]

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Coming Together in Columbus

We are a little more than two months away from the Southern Baptist Convention Annual Meeting in Columbus, Ohio, June 16-17. Will you be there?

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SBC agency leaders’ reports underscore importance of CP

Once a year, typically in February, I have the opportunity to attend a meeting of all of the state convention executive directors from across the Southern Baptist Convention. At this year’s meeting, we heard reports from SBC president Ronnie Floyd and several SBC agency heads, including David Platt (International Mission Board), Kevin Ezell (North American […]

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International missions challenge starts at home

The Week of Prayer for International Missions was an opportunity for us to reflect upon the need for Christ to be preached among the nations. With billions of people remaining in the grasp of idol worship and unbelief, the call to make known the life-giving message of the gospel must be heard. “Go ye therefore!” […]

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