2018 SBC Annual Meeting

Dallas, TX | June 12-13, 2018

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Jarvis Williams (far left) moderates a panel discussion with (left to right) R. Albert Mohler Jr., president of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary; Curtis Woods, associate executive director of convention relations for the Kentucky Baptist Convention; Matt Hull, pastor of Glendive Alliance Church in Glendive, Mont.; and Kevin Jones, pastor of Christian education at Forest Baptist Church, Louisville, Ky., on Removing the Stain of Racism in the Southern Baptist Convention. Williams, Mohler and Jones co-authored a book buy that name. Photo by Samuelle Grove

Vice President Mike Pence shared his Christian testimony with the Southern Baptist Convention June 13 and commended the SBC as "one of the greatest forces for good" in the world. During an address that included several Scripture quotations, Pence also noted some of the Trump administration's accomplishments, including President Trump's summit the previous day with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. Photo by Bob Carey

Jonathan Evans, chaplain for the Dallas Cowboys football team, speaks during the last session of the two-day Southern Baptist Convention annual meeting June 12-13 at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in Dallas. Photo by Matt Miller

Bart Barber, pastor of First Baptist Church Farmersville, Texas, and a member of the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary trustees, tells messengers at the Southern Baptist Convention annual meeting June 13, "If you've been impatient with what we've done, you should blame me personally. I was the last person on the executive committee" to reach the conclusion the committee should fire Patterson. Messengers were to vote on a motion to remove all current members of the trustee board's executive committee, effective immediately. Photo by Adam Covington

Messengers to the Southern Baptist Convention overwhelmingly voted June 13 during the afternoon session of the annual meeting against a motion that would have removed members of the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary trustee executive committee from the board of trustees, effective immediately. Photo by Adam Covington
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