Thoughts on IMB’s new plan

Having read what’s available on this and some of the discussion here are some things to ponder: To me, the IMB has been more open in laying out the facts and figures on this than they have in the past, perhaps because of the severity of the crisis I’d speculate. There are almost 100 trustees who will […]

It Just Ain’t Right: Hiding Sin Solves NOTHING!

Let me lead off this post by saying that in my involvement with the SBC, I’ve seen some of God’s great servants doing great service to our Great God under the SBC banner. It is easy to look at the problems and despair – I’ve been at that precipice – and become one of those […]

David Platt’s IMB Report: When the Deficit Discussion Began

A couple of people have said, “Why is this the first we are hearing about this?” There is one answer. Because you didn’t listen to David Platt’s wonderful, home run, blisteringly passionate, (yes) radical statement at the SBC in Columbus. The fact that the SBC is deficit spending was his OPENING POINT. He led off […]

FAQs related to IMB Organizational Reset

Here is an addendum to the previous post. I don’t know who the “Editor” is – I guess it is IMB personnel.  Editor’s note: International Mission Board leaders have outlined a plan to address IMB’s revenue shortfalls and complete a reset of the organization in order to move forward into the future with innovative vision, […]

Homeschooling Post-Duggar

It has been a difficult year for fans of the TLC’s celebrity Duggar family. The show “19 Kids and Counting” reaches a lot of constituencies. Quiverfull fecundity fans, conservative Evangelicals, Arkansans, debt-avoiding coupon-clippers, and hash-brown casserole fans all alike can find something entertaining in the show. Alongside all of these, the show also has a […]