NASHVILLE (BP) – Guidepost Solutions is drafting its final report based on an investigation of the Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee’s handling of sexual abuse complaints, the Sexual Abuse Task Force said in its latest update.
NASHVILLE (BP) – The team tasked with searching for a new president & CEO of the SBC Executive Committee is asking for prayer. The group also has launched a 21-day prayer initiative and created a day-by-day guide to encourage specific prayers for each day the rest of the month.
NASHVILLE (BP) – The six-member search team tasked with selecting the next president and CEO of the SBC Executive Committee is calling on all Southern Baptists to be part of the process. “We want to get the message out that everyone in this convention matters,” said Mike Keahbone, pastor of First Baptist Church in Lawton, […]
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NASHVILLE (BP) – Executive Committee trustees approved two recommendations from the Committee on Convention Finances and Stewardship Development Feb. 22 to increase allocations up to $2 million each for legal fees and the ongoing investigation regarding claims of sexual abuse.
NASHVILLE (BP) – The Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee approved using operating reserve funds to cover costs related to an investigation of the EC’s handling of sex abuse complaints, freeing current Cooperative Program gifts for designated SBC missions and ministries.
NASHVILLE (BP) – The SBC Executive Committee (EC) has created a search team to begin the entity’s search for the new President and CEO of the SBC Executive Committee.
NASHVILLE (BP) – The SBC Executive Committee took action today to acknowledge harm caused to a sexual abuse survivor. The EC voted unanimously on a resolution...
NASHVILLE (BP) – During his address to members of the Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee Monday night (Feb. 21), SBC President Ed Litton said in order to fulfill the “sacred effort,” of the Convention, Southern Baptists must first address the “stains” that have been left on the Convention.
NASHVILLE (BP) – Willie McLaurin called the Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee to servanthood and allegiance to the lordship of Jesus Christ in his first address as interim president and CEO at the body’s Feb. 21-22 meeting in Nashville.