Board authorizes conference center renovations, additions at meeting
By Lonnie Wilkey
Editor, Baptist and Reflector
THOMPSON’S STATION — The directors of the Tennessee Baptist Mission Board met April 27 for the first time since last fall when a joint in-person/virtual meeting was held at Thompson Station Church to vote on postponing the Summit.
Some TBMB directors chose the Zoom meeting option but a majority of the directors were present at Thompson Station Church for the meeting.
Social distancing was practiced to the greatest extent possible.
“We are so grateful to gather in person as Tennessee Baptists to do the work of the Kingdom,” said Glenn Metts, chair of the TBMB directors and pastor of Shiloh Baptist Church, Seymour.
Randy C. Davis, president and executive director of the TBMB, agreed. “I am thrilled and I praise the Lord that we can be here together,” he said. [Read more…]