LITTLE ROCK – A restructuring of the Arkansas Baptist State Convention (ABSC) Executive Board ministries was approved Thursday, Feb. 27, during a called meeting of the ABSC Board of Trustees.
Don Blackmore, chairman of the ABSC Operating Committee, said the last restructuring of ABSC Executive Board ministries was in 1998.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Ronnie Floyd, pastor of Cross Church in northwest Arkansas, will be nominated for president of the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) at the annual meeting June 10-11 in Baltimore.
R. Albert Mohler Jr., president of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, wrote in an open letter to Southern Baptists Feb. 20 that he will nominate the Arkansas pastor. He wrote that Floyd has “unparalleled experience as a leader among us, an unquestioned commitment to the Great Commission, and he has demonstrated an unstinting urgency to unite Southern Baptists around our shared beliefs, mission, and programs.”
LITTLE ROCK – Robby Tingle, Arkansas Baptist State Convention (ABSC) missions ministries team leader, is continuing to recover from injuries resulting from a Feb. 16 automobile accident.
Tingle sustained multiple injuries in the accident, the most serious of which was a broken pelvis and broken ankle, according to his wife, Cynthia. Since the accident Tingle has undergone multiple surgeries to repair damage from his injuries.
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