Southern Religion

SBC tracks salaries/benefits but not sexual predation

‘Twas just before before Christmas and the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) Guidestone financial services arm released a compensation and benefits survey.

O.S. Hawkins, chief executive of Guidestone, explains:

The 2010 SBC Church Compensation Survey is another avenue by which we all can work together to serve our churches with information to help them adequately compensate their ministers and employees.

Christa Brown is unimpressed with the argument that the SBC can get that kind of detailed data out but can’t keep churches informed about pastors and staff who are credibly accused of sexual predation. Just a matter of priorities, really.


December 26, 2009 - Posted by | SBC | , ,

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