CONFIRMED: CR report on troubles at NAMB vindicated!

ADAMS: SBC Exec. Committee & Ronnie Floyd not showing leadership

AGEE: SBC kicks can down the road in refusal to deal with troubles at NAMB

The Southern Baptist Convention is in a crisis. It has pastors who brag they voted for Hillary Clinton. It has trustees with questionable ethics. It has entity leaders who are abusive to fellow Christians and even allegedly used racial slurs. It has a biased team running Baptist Press and spreading lies to mislead Southern Baptists. It trains church plants with a church boasting a woman as teaching pastor.

This is the breaking point. Conservatives must overthrow the regime or the Southern Baptist Convention will splinter. It is an established fact: denominations that embrace progressive politics suffer rapid and terminal decline.

The Leftward Drift is now a Leftward Sprint.

This is the last chance. Nashville 2021.

Over the last few years, we have raised our voice in the SBC wilderness. And why? For website traffic? Hardly, the SBC is small compared to topics that truly excite people (like say college football.) No, we raised our voice to yell: “Stop!” as this generation of leaders follows the culture into the rot of progressive identity politics.

We have reported the facts. The facts look bad for those in SBC leadership. Unfortunately, every day brings more proof of the things we reported. Like the problems at the North American Mission Board (NAMB).

Of course, instead of doing anything about the problems—the SBC hopes to ignore it for the sake of “unity.” In other words, the only thing the SBC cares about is that the dollars must flow. Yet, there was something important revealed this week: the CR report on the trouble with Kevin Ezell was vindicated.

A state executive director and SBC Presidential candidate confirmed our previous report that at least 12 state convention heads were on a call sharing horror stories about the abusive, tyrannical and incompetent Kevin Ezell.

Adams said in a statement he released on Twitter, “The response from Dr. Floyd and the EC Officers says it’s their ‘final response.’ It may be the final response of the EC, but it may not be the final response of Southern Baptists. This response was dismissive and damaging to the cooperative partnerships that built the SBC. The Officers of the EC and Dr. Floyd heard 12 state convention executive directors say that NAMB, under Dr. Ezell, has not kept its commitments, has a record of failure, and is not trusted. For over 2 hours they heard story after story of broken commitments and utter disrespect from NAMB leadership, all of which has contributed to steep decline in the SBC. The EC refusing to hear what we said, and take appropriate action, does not stop the voice of truth. No, you do not have the final word. This is not leadership. This is an abdication of leadership. This will not be the ‘final word.’”

Adams was fiery. His statement confirms there was a meeting, the number of people on the call and the state executive directors told horror stories about Ezell.

So, you should probably read the Capstone Report if you want to know what is actually happening in the SBC and not rely on propaganda outlets like Pravada Baptist Press.

Baptist Press is run by a biased individual who was previously on the payroll of the former, failed LifeWay CEO. Why should anyone expect anything truthful from someone who thrives in the SBC Swamp? His quotes of Bill Agee and Randy Adams were selective and left out the real news in each.

Bill Agee, California SBC Executive Director, said, “With all due respect we asked for a forensic audit because partnership does not exist. We did not ask to build a fire and sing Kum Ba Ya. We came to the EC because we had exhausted all other avenues of resolution. The can has successfully been kicked down the road one more time.”

Agee’s point is important. The SBC constantly tries to kick the can down the road in hopes that problems go away or that someone else has to deal with it later.

This is not leadership.

This is a failure of leadership.

The Elites of the Southern Baptist Convention failed the SBC as completely as the Elites of the US government failed America. Our institutions and systems are crumbling. Only through a valiant act of courage can the moment be saved. That moment for the SBC is now and it must culminate in Nashville.

4 thoughts on “The SBC needs a Revolution against wicked forces leading it to destruction”

  1. I fully agree that the SBC must remove those who refuse to fire those like Russell Moore and his supporters. Southern Baptists have worked so hard for many years to allow the liberals to take over.

  2. Those who refuse to act in removing the liberals in all SBC positions should be removed first.

  3. I notice that every bad actor in this comedy/tragedy of decline in the SBC has a Dr. in front of his name. I guess that means we are suppose to bow to the theological technocracy. There seems to be an inverse proportion to the amount of education the leaders (pastors?) have and the level of their corrupt practices. I suppose it also means the more you are educated, the more their salary goes up. Just as the more the corrupt power elite have taken over our public schools, the more their(and the students) hatred of freedom, truth, and the American ideal have increased. There in no proportion to the amount of education and the ability to be a good leader however. It is time that some good men of faith go into the leadership of the Southern Baptist Convention. Perhaps they would look to the Lord, giver of all wisdom, to lead our convention.

  4. Left wing activists are breaching the walls of every church in the US and breaking in. They are planted on the inside, they know the right words to say, how to game the organization, and how to use its rules, policies, and money against it. The Episcopalians, Methodists, Lutherans, and now Baptists have been breached. Every church they’ve breached so far has fallen; it’s once orthodox doctrines in obliterated by its “leaders.” The infiltrators also know how to inoculate themselves until it’s too late- they imply to the sleepy pew sitters that every other church crumbled and fell because they weren’t the True Believers like we are, don’t you worry about a thing. Go back to sleep, go read your little Bible, whatever, just go away and let the important people make important decisions. Every doctrine held up for review and scrutiny; we need to “have a conversation” about it; maybe we’ve “moved beyond this,” does it “appeal to this generation?” Half the congregation will agree. After all the wheat and the tares are share and share alike each Sunday in the pews, or the auditorium seating. Jesus wouldn’t want us to not be welcoming they say; he validates and accepts you. He created you the way you are; he would never want you to change. Yeah, sounds good. Let’s go with that.

    Satan’s goal is always and everywhere the takedown of anyone who believes the gospel. Churches must turn progressive; their quaint rituals or clappy music will be allowed under the new regime as long as their moral tenets are indistinguishable from atheism. Anyone who tries to cling to the traditional orthodoxy will be eliminated, and by order of the ecclesial organization itself!

    I’ve heard internet rumblings that the Assemblies of God and once conservative Lutheran Missouri Synod have been infiltrated and are being disassembled also. Not sure if that’s true but we’ll know soon enough. There was a Catholic guy named Bishop Fulton Sheen back in the 1950’s who made a prediction that has borne out. He was a bit of a prophet I guess. He told Catholics back then that the day was coming when it would be up to the laity to save their church, that their clergy were going to turn against the church they lead and seek to destroy it from within. He did not know how this would happen. Boy was he ever right. And his prediction goes far beyond just the Catholic Church, although they are experiencing the same problem on a global scale.

    The martyrs laugh at this thing we call “freedom of religion.” Pray for the church.

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