I just read the soon to be notorious “exit strategy” post from Benjamin Cole on SBC Outpost. He lists a few final observations about the Southern Baptist Convention which were interesting to read. I would like to have heard his thoughts on the changing nature of communications within the convention, largely due to blogs. It […]
Over the next few weeks I’ll be working to restore many of the feeds here at SBC Voices. The story is a little complicated, but my failure to backup has created some issues. I will be manually re-tagging the feeds, which will restore everything to its proper category. A few people have emailed me to […]
One quick programing note: I’ve removed the Baptist Buzz feature from the main page and sidebar. Here’s why. I’m going to be really busy the next few months: final Seminary classes, new baby, extra work at church, etc. There are 150+ new blog posts every day here at SBC Voices – that equals about 10 […]
I’m back from the convention, partially because of church tonight and partially because it was a very discouraging experience for me. My 1st Convention Experience I won’t air my criticisms here, at least not until I’ve had more time to pray. But I am freshly convicted of the priority of godliness, humility and no-spin-truth-telling in […]
What story does these numbers tell? I was curious about the difference between the 2004 SBC Indy and the 2008 SBC Indy. Here are the best numbers I could find, you write the story. 2004 – “about 8,500” via 2004 BP News story 2008 – “7,196” via 2008 BP News Blog So, there were roughly […]
See you at the convention.
Nathan Finn shared his thoughts: Johnny Hunt or Frank Cox. Avery Willis could theoretically pull it off, especially if there’s a run-off, but I don’t think he will. Les Puryear will garner more support than some seem to think, but I don’t think it will be enough to win. Bill Wagner and Wiley Drake stand […]