We’re back from our long winter’s nap, and apparently we had plenty of pent up conversation, because this is our longest podcast yet. We shoot for 30 minutes, but things got out of hand, and we went a little past forty this time. We’ll try to do better. Our conversation was mainly occupied with observations about lists.
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We began the podcast today with four of us, but Scott had to be taken out in the second quarter due to an injury. Robin, Tim, and I bravely soldiered on, however, completing the podcast without any relief at all. Discussion centered mainly on the Great Commission Resurgence Task Force, only being intentionally diverted by me at the end to discuss Christmas plans in our local churches.
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The Thanksgiving week edition of the SBC Today podcast includes discussions about the Manhattan Declaration, the Georgia Baptist Convention’s removal of a member church, and our Thanksgiving travel plans. We enjoyed the discussion, and hope you will, as well.
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