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New officers of the Tennessee Baptist Convention are (from left) Lee Hickman, pastor of Black Oak Baptist Church, Clinton, second vice president; David Green, pastor of First Baptist Church, Greeneville, president; and Bryon Edens, a member of Clingan Ridge Baptist Church, Cleveland, vice president. Photo by James Wilson
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JACKSON, Tenn. (BP) -- Tennessee Baptists gathered at West Jackson Baptist Church for the annual Summit with a focus on winning their state for Jesus Christ. The meeting, held Nov. 11-14, drew 929 registered messengers from 409 churches, along with 160 guests. Among the business conducted, messengers elected a new set of officers by acclamation for the coming year. “We had a strong turnout,” said Randy C. Davis president and executive director of the Tennessee Baptist Mission Board. “But it wasn’t just the numbers. There was a strong sense of unity among the messengers. I believe Tennessee Baptists are recognizing that if we are to reach Tennessee for Christ we must do it together.” Read More