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Greear, Gaines slated for revote in tight SBC election

June 14, 2016 by Seth Brown, BR Content Editor
Two ballot votes for the top leadership position of the Southern Baptist Convention failed to yield a new president June 14 during the 2016 annual meeting in St. Louis, Mo.
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N.C. Baptists launch 2016 annual meeting website

June 13, 2016 by Chad Austin, BSC Communications
November is still five months away, but N.C. Baptists can begin making plans to attend this year’s annual meeting of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina via the recently launched event website. READ MORE

EC action changes plan for Q&A session

June 14, 2016 by Baptist Press staff
The Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee’s June 13 decision not to recommend amending SBC Bylaw 26 has forced the cancellation of a panel discussion scheduled for June 15. READ MORE

Endurance, gospel-centrality spotlighted at Pastors' Conference

June 14, 2016 by Keith Collier, Southern Baptist TEXAN
Aimed at giving pastors a charge like the one the apostle Paul gave Timothy, the 2016 Southern Baptist Convention Pastors’ Conference kicked off June 12 at the America’s Center in St. Louis. 
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Allan Blume
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News from St. Louis 

Three of your BR staff are in St. Louis at the Southern Baptist Convention annual meeting. We’re seeing a lot of North Carolina Baptists here! Attendance is significantly above last year’s 5,400 messengers in Columbus, Ohio. More than 7,200 messengers registered at the St. Louis convention by mid-afternoon on Tuesday.

Much of the attendance can be attributed to the election of a new president. You may be hearing that after two ballots for the office of president. the winner is still undetermined. A third ballot on Wednesday morning should finalize the process. Read our report here, and watch for news of the final vote.

I launched a discussion on civility in this week’s print edition of the Biblical Recorder. Read the story online here. I believe we need to have some serious conversation about the practice of civil discourse. As I mentioned in the editorial, I will share a second installment on the subject in the next edition of the Recorder. In the meantime, please share your ideas with me. Do you believe incivility is on the rise? What kind of evidence would you give to support your views? Let’s talk about it.

David Moore is a gifted man who has served you through the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina staff for 38 years. Take a few minutes to read his story and learn from his experience through this article. While his longevity is rare, quality people like Moore are serving you from many roles in N.C. Baptist life. We are blessed to have him and many others leading the way!

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