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'Grateful for what God is doing,' Page tells ECNASHVILLE (BP) -- Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee President and CEO Frank S. Page thanked God at the September EC meeting for His work among Southern Baptists, citing increased financial giving and a renewed commitment to the Great Commission.
"I'm grateful for what God is doing in our churches. I'm grateful for what God is doing in our mission boards," Page said in his Sept. 19 plenary session remarks. "I'm grateful for what God is doing in our seminaries. I am a grateful man for what God is doing in many ways." Read More
Page: God provides spiritual DNA for godliness, powerLOUISVILLE, Ky. (BP) -- Participation in the divine nature of God leads to a life of spiritual effectiveness and productivity, said Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee President Frank S. Page during the Aug. 30 chapel message at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.
"This divine provision says we are born complete with that which we need for life and godliness," said Page, a former SBC president who has served as president and CEO of the Executive Committee since 2010. "This means that the DNA necessary for spiritual greatness is already present at the moment of your rebirth. … It shows that God never has to do a recall on any Christian and say, 'I need to add back something that I failed to put in in the first place.' It shows this deep, beautiful divine nature that He's given us is already present in our lives." Read More
Racial tensions beg return to godliness, Page saysFAYETTEVILLE, N.C. (BP) -- The church must return to God's lordship to adequately serve communities struggling with such problems as racism, Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee President Frank S. Page told North Carolina Baptists at an associational meeting.
"God is saying, 'I am calling you back to my lordship,'" Page told pastors at the New South River Baptist Association's messenger meeting at Sperring Memorial Baptist Church in Fayetteville, N.C. Read More
Evangelism 'groundswell' urged by Frank PageST. 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
AVANCE honors, encourages Hispanic missions commitmentST. LOUIS (BP) -- AVANCE 2016 drew more than 100 Hispanic attendees from across the nation for an evening focused on "Firmly Standing on the Gospel -- Boldly Committed to the Mission."
During the June 12 gathering, Hispanic pastors and leaders were recognized for their work in the Kingdom and were encouraged to immerse themselves in missions in order to reach other Hispanics for Christ. Read More
FIRST-PERSON: Spirit of giving is a heart in tune with God's love
Giving is a way for us to express what we care about the most, says Frank Page, Southern Baptist Convention executive committee president, as he shares the importance of the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering for International Missions. John 3:16: "For God so loved the world that He gave His only Son." Read More
Frank Page: Be God-empowered in a fallen cultureBOWLING GREEN, Ky. (BP) -- Long before the U.S. Supreme Court legalized gay marriage nationwide, Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee President Frank S. Page had planned to preach a sermon at Living Hope Baptist Church on "Finding Hope in a Fallen Culture."
"Pastor Jay Pettus, who is away on sabbatical, had enlisted me to preach probably a year or more ago," Page told Baptist Press, "asking me to preach on how to have hope in a [post-]Christian, postmodern culture. Read More
Page: We are not aloneCOLUMBUS (BP) -- Southern Baptists must take the Gospel to the ends of the earth to let hurting people know they are not alone, Frank S. Page told messengers to the annual meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention, and Southern Baptist churches are not alone in that task.
"We believe there are people who need to hear the Gospel who need to know they are not alone. In their struggles, in their hurt, they need to know that someone cares about them," Page, president of the Executive Committee, said June 16 in Columbus. Read More
CALL TO PRAYER: The tear bottle
An ancient tear bottle received by Frank S. Page, president of the Southern Baptist Convention executive committee, reminds him that "our Lord knows every tear we cry." In this week's Call to Prayer, Page reminds us the Lord "is with us as we grieve at every moment." Read More
MISSIONS: Give your money to His vision
Do we vote our convictions with our pocketbooks? Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee President Frank Page exhorts us to teach our children what matters most by giving our biggest gifts to support God's eternal vision expressed in Acts 1:8. Read More