The Future of the SBC

August 25, 2009

In case you’re unaware, the Southern Baptist Convention is trying to find itself right now.  Who were we?  What have we become?  Where are we headed in our rapidly changing society?  Dr. Albert Mohler, President of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, recently spoke to these issues with his characteristic insight and candor.  If you’re concerned about the future of the SBC, you should listen to his message.  If you’re not concerned about the future of the SBC, you really ought to listen to his message.

Here’s the link, and here’s a summary. Read the rest of this entry »


SBC Live

June 23, 2009

No, SBC Live isn’t a new late night show.  The annual meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention is taking place in Louisville, KY, today and tomorrow.  You can watch the proceedings live either here or here.  Let’s hope the convention isn’t as “entertaining” as late night TV.

On the Radar

June 16, 2008

Meaningful membership in the SBC is officially on the radar of our denomination.  I couldn’t be happier about this development.  Please take time to read carefully Resolution 6, passed by the convention last week in Indianapolis.

Before Concord called me to serve as pastor seven years ago, Read the rest of this entry »

The New President

June 11, 2008

Not Obama or McCain, but Hunt.  Johnny Hunt was elected to serve as the new president of the Southern Baptist Convention for 2008-2009.  Hunt said he hopes to inspire the younger generation coming behind him to support the SBC, and to encourage the denomination as a whole in evangelism, discipleship, and missions.  Hunt assumes the presidential mantle from Frank Page, who has served for the previous two years.

The SBC Annual Meeting is being held in Indianapolis today and tomorrow.  You can visit the website here, on which you can see the schedule of events, watch the meeting through live streaming, view pictures, and read updated news stories about convention happenings.  Pray that the Lord will guide our convention to make wise decisions about our future.  May we become an increasingly gospel-shaped, gospel-sharing people.