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Cooperative Program legacy is Frank Page's resolveNASHVILLE (BP) -- "There will be a day when I'm gone and there will be a day when you are gone," Frank S. Page said.
"What kind of legacy will we leave behind," Page asked, "as the Executive Committee, as students, as professors, as preachers, as lay men and women?"
Page reviewed the legacy Southern Baptists are building through the Cooperative Program
when he addressed the opening session of the Feb. 22-23 Executive Committee meeting in ... Read More
January prayer focus: 'In All Things Pray'NASHVILLE (BP) -- January is a distinctive month of prayer across the Southern Baptist Convention.
It is a time when a readiness to pray can gain new traction in churches, large or small, urban or rural.
Listed as the "Call to Prayer" on the SBC Calendar, it gained momentum from the 2010 Great Commission Task Force report adopted by messengers to the SBC annual meeting in ... Read More
Great Commission Advance 'imperative,' Page saysNASHVILLE (BP) -- The needs are "glaringly obvious in our 21st-century world," Frank S. Page said in setting forth a Great Commission Advance 10-year initiative among Southern Baptists.
"The need for a larger mission force, not a smaller one, is greater than ever," Page, president of the SBC Executive Committee, said during the opening session of the EC's Sept. 21-22 meeting in Nashville. Read More
'Post-worship war' counsel offered by Page & GrayNASHVILLE (BP) -- Breaking the paradigm of age-segregated services, navigating a "post-worship war culture" and fostering multicultural praise gatherings are among the topics addressed in a book by Frank S. Page and Lavon Gray on worship challenges for 21st-century churches.
Worship "has become a big claim in the twenty-first century church; but, based on the reality of people's lives, the worship that we claim to be experiencing is not truly affecting the quality of our lives, our families, and our witness," Page, president of ... Read More
Page receives Asian Advisory Council reportCOLUMBUS, Ohio (BP) -- Church planting among Asian groups, international missions to Asian peoples and increased Asian cooperation with the larger Southern Baptist family are among the prominent themes in the Asian Advisory Council report presented to Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee President Frank S. Page June 15 in Columbus, Ohio. Read More
CP surge showcased in exhibit hall discussionsCOLUMBUS, Ohio (BP) -- Underfoot throughout the exhibit hall at the Southern Baptist Convention annual meeting were 12-inch directional decals affixed to the carpeting that proclaimed, "Fueled by the Cooperative Program."
Those decals -- signaling ministries funded by CP gifts at the state or national level -- were in front of at least three-quarters of the exhibits, including the North American Mission Board exhibit, which offered coffee cups emblazoned with the names of Send Cities, and the International Mission Board exhibit, which distributed ... Read More
CP 2.57% ahead of year-to-date projection
NASHVILLE (BP) -- Year-to-date contributions to Southern Baptist national and international missions and ministries received by the SBC Executive Committee are 2.57 percent above the year-to-date SBC Cooperative Program Allocation Budget projection and 2.09 percent above contributions received during the same time frame last year, according to a news release from SBC Executive Committee President and Chief Executive Officer Frank S. Page. Read More
Page: Obama's comments on poverty disappointingNASHVILLE (BP) -- President Obama's suggestion that evangelicals often devote more resources to fighting abortion than caring for the poor reflects ignorance concerning denominations like the Southern Baptist Convention, Frank S. Page said on a national radio broadcast.
"We are involved" in fighting poverty, Page, president of the SBC Executive Committee said May 16 on the "Washington Watch" radio program's weekend edition hosted by Tony Perkins, president of the Family Research Council. "So there was both arrogance and ignorance involved in his comments. It bothered me deeply. We care about people." Read More
Pew: Christians decline while 'nones' increaseNASHVILLE (BP) -- The number of Christians in America has dropped nearly 8 percentage points since 2007 while the number of religiously unaffiliated adults has increased by nearly 7 percentage points during the same period.
That's the finding of the Pew Research Center's 200-page study of "America's Changing Religious Landscape" released today (May 12). The survey of some 35,000 adults drew a variety of reactions from Southern Baptist leaders. Read More
Multi-ethnic council reflects 'family of God'
ATLANTA (BP) -- Listening to the hubbub of voices of the Multi-Ethnic Advisory Council as they met in small groups, Frank S. Page, president OF the SBC Executive Committee, noted, "Hearing you talk and debate and quote Scripture in your various accents and your various perspectives [reminds me] how rich we are as a family of God to have all of you at the table." Read More