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SBTS prof Kevin Smith called as Mid-Atlantic execCOLUMBIA, Md. (BP) -- The Baptist Convention of Maryland/Delaware, also known as the Mid-Atlantic Baptist Network, has called seminary professor Kevin Smith as its executive director.
Michael L. Trammell, president of the network's General Mission Board, announced Smith's election after a called board meeting June 7.
Smith, 49, is assistant professor of church history and Christian preaching at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary; teaching pastor at Highview Baptist Church in Louisville; and president of the Kentucky Baptist Convention and chairman of its Mission Board.
Trammell said Smith was "thoroughly vetted by our Executive Director Search Committee, the Administrative Committee of the General Mission Board and by the full membership of the General Mission Board" in "acting in accordance with [the board's] bylaws." Read More
Mid-Atlantic Baptist Network celebrates 180th year
OCEAN CITY, Md. (BP) -- Nearly 500 messengers and guests representing 165 churches gathered for the Mid-Atlantic Baptist Network's 180th celebration Nov. 8-10 in Ocean City, Md. Read More
Will McRaney resigns as Mid-Atlantic exec
COLUMBIA, Md. (BP) -- Will McRaney resigned as the executive missional strategist of the Mid-Atlantic Baptist Network (formerly known as the Baptist Convention of Maryland/Delaware) on June 9.
Tom Stolle, chief financial officer for the network, will serve as interim executive director. Read More
Md.-Del. Baptists adopt new nameSEVERN, Md. (BP) -- The Baptist Convention of Maryland/Delaware will now be known as the Mid-Atlantic Baptist Network, reflecting the cooperation of churches in states beyond Maryland and Delaware.
Messengers affirmed the new "doing business as" name during the Nov. 9-11 BCMD annual meeting at The Church at Severn Run in Severn, Md. Read More