Posts Tagged ‘SBC Symposium’
Midwestern Seminary’s symposium The SBC & the 21st Century: Reflection, Renewal and Recommitment has now come and gone. I have received feedback from throughout the SBC and beyond, and have been very encouraged by the overwhelmingly positive feedback.
Personally, I could not have been more pleased. Each presentation was memorable, and the presenters were both insightful and encouraging. Read more
This week, Midwestern Seminary hosted what will become our triennial SBC Symposium, where leaders from across the Southern Baptist Convention come together to discuss issues facing Southern Baptists. This years theme was “Reflection, Renewal, and Recommitent.” For my portion of the symposium, I addressed “Southern Baptist Theological Education in the 21st Century.” Read more
Next week Midwestern Seminary will be hosting The SBC & the 21st Century: Reflection, Renewal & Recommitment. This event, slated for September 28th and 29th, is the first installment of a triennial symposium series intended to engage issues vital to Southern Baptist identity, heritage, and future.
The symposium presentations will offer insights and assessments on the SBC and its future. These will be hopeful presentations of where the Southern Baptist Convention is, and where we must go. Read more
Last week I was privileged to be interviewed by Jonathan Howe at SBC This Week on the upcoming symposium that Midwestern Seminary is hosting entitled “The SBC and the 21st Century: Reflection, Renewal, and Recommitment”. You can check it out here.