It’s crunch time as Baptist leaders and entities finalize projects and plans for the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) annual meeting being held June 11–12 at the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex (BJCC).
The Alabama Baptist (TAB) also has been working on a special project for the annual meeting — an exclusive edition to be handed out to those participating in the meeting.
The 32-page, full-color paper will feature schedules for the annual meeting and Pastors Conference, information about activities such as WMU events, a map of the SBC exhibit hall, information on the annual meeting app and tips on places to eat and visit while in Birmingham.
The special issue also will feature some of TAB’s award-winning articles.
“We are excited to not only provide a helpful resource to Southern Baptists attending the annual meeting but also showcase the great work done by our TAB team,” said editor-in-chief Jennifer Davis Rash.
Opportunity to connect
Special thanks to the organizations and ministries that purchased ads and made this special issue of TAB possible. Advertisers include:
- Executive Security Service
- Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary
- The Baptist College of Florida
- New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary
- City of Orange Beach
- USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park
- Carpenter Bus
- Bogard Press
- Judson College
- Union University
- Samford University
- Vulcan Park and Museum
- Transportation South
- Author Wayne Honeycutt
- Blessings Through Action
- Alabama Baptist State Board of Missions
- Shanley & Associates
- Alabama Baptist Children’s Homes & Family Ministries
- Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
- Radio personality Bob McClure
“The TAB advertising sales team would like to thank all those who participated in this special SBC issue,” said director of sales Bill Gilmore. “We are honored to have the opportunity to connect ministries and businesses with our audience. We hope everyone’s participation is a blessing to the organizations and readers alike.”
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