ST. LOUIS (BP) -- Southern Baptists need "a long-term vision of Great Commission Advance."
Frank S. Page, president of the SBC Executive Committee, addressing messengers to the convention's annual meeting, cited Southern Baptists' decline in baptisms and in missionary numbers in calling for "a groundswell of intentionality like never before to see God's Great Commission accomplished."
"It is time to review our ministry assignments. It is time to see if there is any way we can lead our churches" toward heightened resolve in "the work God called them to do," said Page, whose vision for Great Commission Advance has called churches to elevate their missions involvement through the Cooperative Program. Read More