Entity head retirements are the main topic of discussion in this week’s podcast. The entire gang got together to discuss the implications of the retirement announcements of Dr. Jerry Rankin of the International Mission Board and Dr. Morris Chapman of the Executive Committee. Robin Foster was headed out of town for a quick vacation, which explains the unusual amount of background noise.
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This week’s podcast held such great promise, as Tim Rogers had undergone a minor medical procedure requiring sedation earlier in the day. He got a good report from the test, and despite being advised by his physician that he should wait at least twelve hours before saying anything for which he could be held responsible, he joined us for the podcast. Needless to say, we were giddy with excitement at the possibility of a drug-induced rant from our brother in North Carolina. His wife, on the other hand, was understandably terrified. Sadly (for us, anyway), he managed to keep his wits about him as the discussion centered around state conventions and the Cooperative Program.
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Thanks for listening to the podcast. Our discussion this week focused on articles by or about state convention executive directors. Here are links to those articles:
This week’s podcast begins where last week’s left off, except that we managed to keep Tim calm enough that he didn’t lose his connection. We start out talking about the Cooperative Program, before moving on to disaster relief and Bible translation. A quick mention is made at the end about a chapel message preached this week by Ergun Caner at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Scott Gordon heard it in person, and we have a link to the audio below.
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