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The Sacred Desk: Sermons of the Southern Baptist Convention Presidents

by Ergun Mehmet Caner

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0805430598, Hardcover)

Each year, there is a significant moment in the life of the Southern Baptist Convention. It is an eccleisioloically unique instance when messengers from churches across the land gather in one place and the sitting Southern Baptist Convention president, takes the podium and addresses the convention. It is a superbly intense opportunity to address God’s people with a call to action and service, repentance and change, and relevancy and mission.

The Sacred Desk documents fifty-two of these historic moments.

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