B21 Panel @ Advance

Baptist21 had the privilege of hosting a panel lunch discussion at the recent Advance the Church Conference. The topic of discussion was “Church Planting v. Church Revitalization.” The panelists included Acts29 President Scott Thomas, Lifeway Research President Ed Stetzer, Southern Baptist Convention President Johnny Hunt, Summit Church Pastor J.D. Greear, and Vintage21 Pastor Tyler Jones. Below is the video and Podcast MP3 of the event.

Video Part 1 of B21 Panel

B21 Panel @ Advance the Church from Nathan Akin on Vimeo.

Video Part 2 of B21 Panel

B21 Panel @ Advance the Church (pt 2) from Daniel Akin on Vimeo.



Podcast Audio of B21 Panel @ ATC

[podcast]http://www.baptisttwentyone.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/05/B21-Panel-ATC.mp3[/podcast]

Check out B21 Podcast on I-Tunes

Additional Resources: Audio from the Advance the Church Conference 2010 – Check out the talks from the Advance Conference on “Contextualizing the Gospel in the New South

Special Thanks: We did not think we were going to get video of the panel but Scott Thomas’ Assistant Adriel Ifland was kind of enough to capture the video for us. We are thankful for her kindness and help.

Future Baptist21 Events: Baptist21 will host two future events. The first will be held in Arnold, Missouri next Monday and will feature Darrin Patrick, Alvin Reid, Bruce Ashford, and Kenny Qualls discussing “Men on Mission.” Hear Darrin Patrick discuss the event. Register today for free books and lunch.

Also, b21 will host a panel lunch at this year’s SBC. The panelists will include Matt Chandler, Danny Akin, David Platt, Albert Mohler, Ed Stetzer, and more. Registration and more information about that event.


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Nathan Akin

Nathan Akin is a graduate of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and is the Liaison to the Churches for SEBTS. In addition, he serves as the College Director at Open Door Baptist Church. Nathan has a BS in Political Science and a Social Sciences teaching degree from Murray State University, where he also played basketball (Go Racers– The 30th best basketball program since ’85 according to espn.com).

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