With a global pandemic, social unrest, disrupted job markets, and all the other crazy things that continue to happen in our world, Columnist Terrell Carter notes that what’s next is the question we have all been asking.
Nearly equal numbers of pastors in the Southern Baptist Convention consider their churches as Calvinist/Reformed as do Arminian/Wesleyan, although more than 60 percent are concerned about the affect of Calvinism on the denomination, according to a new survey from LifeWay Research.
The Southern Baptist Convention embraced a future uncertain but focused on the Great Commission when a solid majority of messengers adopted the report of the Great Commission Resurgence Task Force June 15.
Younger evangelical pastors are less likely to self-identify as conservatives than older generations and more apt to view social justice as a gospel imperative, LifeWay Research director Ed Stetzer told a group of evangelical environmental activists.
LEE'S SUMMIT — Baptists affiliated with the Baptist General Convention of Missouri have to adjust to new realities, Randall Bunch said in his president's address during