Frank S. Page’s Legacy of Faith video from The Southern Baptist Foundation.
A Legacy of Faith
Preaching and Preachers Podcast: Church Revitalization
Frank S. Page discussed church revitalization with Jason K. Allen, president of Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, during Dr. Allen’s podcast Preaching and Preachers.
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Caskey Connection Podcast
Frank S. Page shared some insights on smaller membership churches and bivocational pastors on the Caskey Connection podcast, produced by the Caskey Center for Church Excellence at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary.
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Preaching and Preachers Podcast
Frank S. Page discussed the Southern Baptist Convention with Jason K. Allen, president of Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, during Dr. Allen’s podcast Preaching and Preachers.
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2015 SBC Symposium
Frank S. Page spoke at the 2015 SBC Symposium, “The SBC & the 21st Century: Reflection, Renewal & Recommitment,” held September 28–29, 2015 at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.
Frank S. Page, “The Cooperative Program and the future of Collaborative Ministry”
A panel discussion with Jason Allen, Ronnie Floyd, Albert Mohler, Paige Patterson and Frank S. Page, “Passing the Baton: Raising Up the Next Generation of SBC Leaders”
2015 SBC Annual Meeting Panel
Frank S. Page discussed lostness and the Great Commission with David Platt and Russell Moore at a panel on the CP stage at the 2015 SBC annual meeting.
Exploring Evangelicalism: The Southern Baptist Convention
Ed Stetzer interviewed Frank S. Page about the beliefs and distinctives of Southern Baptists, as well as some misconceptions about the SBC. Read the interview here.
In Your Corner with Kerry Pharr
In this episode of “In Your Corner” with Kerry Pharr, Frank S. Page discusses his book Melissa and offers encouragement to those whose lives have been affected by suicide.
Interview with “Live The Promise”
In an interview with Susie Larson on the Faith Radio program “Live the Promise,” Frank S. Page shared how God led him through the grief of his daughter’s death.
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2015 SBC in Columbus, OH
The 2015 SBC annual meeting in Columbus, OH will be a great time of fellowship, worship, and prayer as well as business. Be sure to join us!
Frank Page offers mental health hope to Gardner-Webb
Frank S. Page visited Gardner-Webb University on March 17, 2015 to encourage students, local ministers and community members who are dealing with mental health challenges and the trials of others. Read about his visit in the Biblical Recorder or listen to his address below.
Interview with Faith Radio (9/22/14)
In an interview with Neil Stavem on the Faith Radio program “Connecting Faith,” Frank S. Page spoke about his book Melissa: A Father’s Lessons From a Daughter’s Suicide and how to minister to those who are dealing with the suicide of a loved one.
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Salvation and the Mission of God
During the 2014 SBC annual meeting, Frank S. Page participated in a panel discussion about salvation and the mission of God with David Platt, Trevin Wax, and Ed Stetzer. They discussed:
- Does one’s belief on the extent of the atonement affect their understanding of mission and the offer of the gospel?
- Can two Christians disagree on soteriology and partner in ministry?
- Does the order of salvation affect how one does evangelism?
- When it comes to the theological particulars of salvation, what is the difference between compromise and cooperation?
At the 2014 SBC annual meeting, Frank S. Page spoke with A.B. Vines, Edgar Aponte, and Ed Stetzer about ethnic diversity within the SBC.
Hispanic Advisory Council
At the 2014 SBC annual meeting, Frank S. Page spoke with Ashley Clayton, Ken Weathersby, and Hispanic Advisory Council co-chairs Daniel Sanchez and Bob Sena on the Cooperative Program stage in the exhibit hall.
Acts 1:8 Strategy
At the 2014 SBC annual meeting, Frank S. Page and Ashley Clayton had a discussion about the Cooperative Program on the CP stage in the exhibit hall.
Fault Lines Within the SBC
At the 2014 SBC annual meeting, Frank S. Page spoke with Ashley Clayton and Jon Akin about fault lines within the SBC on the Cooperative Program stage in the exhibit hall.
EC Report, part 1 – SBC 2014
Watch the first part of Frank S. Page’s Executive Committee report at the 2014 Southern Baptist Convention annual meeting in Baltimore, Maryland.
EC report, part 2 – SBC 2014
Watch the second part of Frank S. Page’s Executive Committee report at the 2014 Southern Baptist Convention annual meeting in Baltimore, Maryland.
Frank S. Page spoke with Blake Newsom of New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary about current trends in the SBC, his book Melissa: A Father’s Lessons from a Daughter’s Suicide, and encouragement for ministers.
A Conversation About Bi-Vocational Ministry
Frank S. Page recently sat down with Jason Allen, president of Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, to discuss the realities and challenges of bi-vocational ministry.
State of the SBC Address (1/15/14)
Frank S. Page spoke about the state of the SBC during the January 15, 2014 chapel at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.
A Conversation with Jason Allen
Frank S. Page recently sat down with Jason Allen, president of Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, to discuss the ministry and future of the SBC.
Melissa (Interview on The Exchange, 9/3/13)
Frank S. Page joined Ed Stetzer on this episode of The Exchange. Ed and Dr. Page talk about a serious topic in this episode, which Dr. Page wrote about in his book, Melissa: A Father’s Lessons from a Daughter’s Suicide.
Principle of Love
Someone once asked if feelings should precede the act of love. Many people assume they must have loving feelings toward someone before they can act in a caring way. I think a great answer to this is in Revelation 2:5, which commands us to “do again the first works.” I believe we need to act ourselves into a new way of feeling rather than feel ourselves into a new way of acting. An example for your people is your own daily demonstration of how you exhibit love by acts of ministry and pastoral care even when the person you serve may be difficult.