Don’t you love those reunion videos, where soldiers return home from war and are reunited with their families – everyone hugging and crying? This is not one of those videos. It is a man being torn away from his wife and two children and sent to his parent’s homeland, one that is foreign to him. […]
I have been running SBC Voices now since my birthday in 2010. I’ve written 1276 posts, 13,596 comments (not counting the ones I’ve trashed) and I’ve seen this thing grow far beyond what I imagined. I have also sinned more times than I care to recount – losing my cool in the heat of blog discussions! […]
I read a story in Baptist News Global today and was discussing it with the guys. Judge Paul Pressler is asking for summary judgment in the lawsuit against him based on the fact that the statute of limitations has passed. We were batting around the ramifications of that strategy, and an idea started to form. Please […]
When I was elected President of the Pastors’ Conference (PC) in 2016, I was shocked to find out that the PC has no guiding documents – no rules, no bylaws, and no accountability. I was pretty much free to do as I pleased. Of course, since the Executive Committee of the SBC makes a […]
It is not likely that 2017 will be remembered as a great year for Southern Baptists – not our worst, I suppose, but not our best. We had a good time putting on the Pastors’ Conference and the Annual Meeting seemed to come off without a lot of controversy (we managed to reelect Steve Gaines […]
I will be doing undercover work in Boston the next week, trying to find the link between the New England Patriots and the NFL replay booth. It is clear that something funny is going on there, so I am flying on Christmas day out to Boston to see my family and to try to come up […]
Bluehost evidently had a massive outage today that took us down for a while.