The Executive Committee is to act for the Southern Baptist Convention ad interim, or between sessions. It reviews the work of the Convention’s entities and itself is subject to the review of the Convention. Read More.
On June 14th 2000, the Southern Baptist Convention adopted a revised summary of our faith. Baptist churches, associations, and general bodies have adopted confessions of faith as a witness to the world, and as instruments of doctrinal accountability. We are not embarrassed to state before the world that these are doctrines we hold precious and as essential to the Baptist tradition of faith and practice. Read More.
The Executive Committee, SBC
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The Executive Committee of the Southern Baptist Convention is one of the standing committees of the Convention. All of the Executive Committee's corporate powers are exercised by or under the authority of it's board of trustees. Read more.
Learn more about the extent of the convention's authority over it's entities, as well as some of the responsibilities and limitations the Convention has placed upon y our Executive Committee. >Read more.
We live and minister in a nation of laws; so to be good citizens of both God's Kingdom and this earthly kingdom, we are required to make sure all of our structure and activities are not only in order, but consistent with the laws of our land. Read more.
The messengers from missionary societies, churches, and other religious bodies of the Baptist denomination in various parts of the United States met in Augusta, Georgia, May 8, 1845, for the purpose of... Read more.