SBC PRESIDENT’S ADDRESS “THE MAKING, MEANING, AND MISSION OF THE SOUTHERN BAPTIST CONVENTION” J. W. Storer 1954 ==================== Dr. James Wilson (J. W.) Storer was born December 1, 1884 in Burlington, Kansas, and spent his childhood in Washington and Oklahoma. He attended Kansas University, and graduated from William Jewell College in 1912 with his Bachelor […]
PRESIDENT’S ADDRESS SOUTHERN BAPTIST CONVENTION HOUSTON, TEXAS May 6, 1953 J. D. Grey When Wendell Phillips visited Plymouth on one occasion, he stood on that famous Rock. It is said that a citizen of Plymouth approached him and boasted that their town was very fortunate in having the Rock within its borders. Wendell Phillips […]
By Dr. Eric Hankins, Pastor of the First Baptist Church in Oxford, Mississippi As I have processed the proceedings of our most recent Convention, I believe one of the most exciting and promising aspects of those days were some terrific opportunities to converse about and clarify our views on some crucial matters. First, the historic […]
Note: SBC Today will be posting the reflections of some Baptists on the SBC 2012 in New Orleans. These reflections are by Brad Whitt, Co-Pastor of Abilene Baptist Church in Martinez, GA As I look through the window of my early morning flight out of New Orleans, I can see the Crescent City slowly pass […]
THE “NEW METHODISTS,” Part 4:
What Do We Have to Do to Fix Things?
Dr. Chuck Kelley is President and Professor of Evangelism at the New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary This is the fourth of a four part series of articles taken from Dr. Kelley’s presentation on the New Methodists. In part one, he walked us through the history of evangelism in the SBC. In part two, he examined […]