South Carolina Baptist Convention RESOLUTIONS

A resolution communicates the opinion or concern expressed by the messengers attending any given annual meeting. Although resolutions are not binding, they often encourage pastors and churches to pray for or become involved in ministry. They frequently address areas of social and moral concerns.

Resolutions adopted by the messengers at the Annual Meetings of the South Carolina Baptist Convention can be found by searching the year the resolution was adopted, the category/topic, and keywords.   The Resolutions are listed in alphabetical order. 

You can also search resolutions adopted by the Southern Baptist Convention at their annual meetings at the following link.
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75th Anniversary of the Cooperative Program - Resolution 2000 75th Anniversary of the Cooperative Program - Resolution 2000
November 2000
Abstinence from Gambling - Resolution 2001 Abstinence from Gambling - Resolution 2001
November 2001
Adoption - Resolution 2012 Adoption - Resolution 2012
November 2012
Affirmation of the Southern Baptist Convention and the Baptist Faith and Message 2000 - Resolution 2001 Affirmation of the Southern Baptist Convention and the Baptist Faith and Message 2000 - Resolution 2001
November 2001
Affirming Human Needs Ministry and Community Involvement by Local Churches We encourage education, training, and equipping of Christians in human needs ministry as an expression of love, discipleship, and fidelity to our Lord
November 2012
Affirming the Use of the Term Christmas in Public Life - Resolution 2008 Affirming the Use of the Term Christmas in Public Life - Resolution 2008
November 2008
Appreciation - 2000 Appreciation 2000 - Resolution
November 2000
Appreciation - 2001 Appreciation 2001 - Resolution
November 2001
Appreciation - 2002 Appreciation 2002 - Resolution
November 2002
Appreciation - 2003 Appreciation 2003 - Resolution
November 2003