This week we’ll be highlighting posts related to the 2017 SBC Annual Meeting in Phoenix Arizona.
Sam Rainer starts off our list with ten facts you should know about the Southern Baptist convention.
For some historical perspective, here is a look at the SBC Peace Committee’s legacy after 30 years.
At his blog, Chris Martin shared three reasons he loves Southern Baptists.
In this post at The Peoples Next Door, Keelan Cook shared some reflections before SBC17.
At the Center for Great Commission Studies, Scott Hildreth shared some thoughts on the 2017 Annual Meeting.
At SBC Voices, Bart Barber shared why the SBC Annual Meeting is more than a business meeting (but not less).
J.D. Greear shared why he is attending the 2017 Annual Meeting and followed up with what he is taking away from SBC 2017.
Jonathan Howe shared six memories from the 2017 Southern Baptist Annual Meeting.
In his message to the Annual Meeting, SBC President Steve Gaines proclaimed that “Every Christian is a minister.”
Former SBC President and pastor of First Baptist Church in Woodstock, Georgia Johnny Hunt expressed that we need a “genuine burden” for the lost.
Greg Laurie, founding pastor of Harvest Christian Fellowship announced that his 15,000 member congregation would be officially cooperating with the SBC.
International Mission Board President, David Platt reports that the IMB is now on firm ground and also encouraged pastors to engage in the SBC ecosystem.
On Wednesday afternoon, the SBC voted to denounce ‘alt-right’ white supremacy.
In his address to the Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary Alumni Luncheon, Southeastern President Dr. Danny Akin addressed the topic of racism and SBC 2017 Resolution Ten. You can watch the video below.