Which Christian church should you attend?
If you are going to be attending a Christian church, the one that will give you the most bang for your buck is probably the one with the most prestige and the biggest presence on television.
The Bible Belt, which stretches from the western United States to Texas, Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Tennessee, Kentucky, Florida, and Louisiana, is home to over 100 denominations and thousands of congregations, each with their own unique culture and beliefs.
But this year, the Bible Belt will be receiving a new name.
On Sunday, March 17, the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC), the largest Christian denomination in the United States, is hosting its annual convention in Atlanta, Georgia.
In 2018, it was the first Southern Baptist convention to take place outside the United Kingdom.
But what does the Southern Baptists name mean?
The Southern Baptist Conference is the oldest, largest, and most influential denomination in America, and the Southern Church is the largest denomination in Southern America.
According to its website, the SBC is “the national governing body of the Baptist churches of the Southern United States.”
This means that the SBS has the largest membership in America.
And yet, in 2017, the number of SBC members decreased by more than two million, from 7.4 million to 7.1 million.
The Southern Baptist church has seen a massive decline in membership since World War II, with only 1.4% of the population between 1946 and 1967 living in Southern states.
This has affected the SBA and its members, with some of its top leaders speaking out against President Donald Trump’s policies and actions.
The SBC’s leadership is not alone.
The Evangelical Alliance, an organization of Southern Baptist churches that also includes the Southern Methodist Episcopal Church (SME), the Southern Evangelical Association, and other Christian denominations, also has seen its membership decline over the past several years.
The SME, for example, lost 1.2 million members between 2007 and 2017, and was the only Southern Baptist denomination to lose more than half a million members.
The American Baptist Convention has also seen a decrease in membership in recent years, as its membership has declined by nearly half a billion members.
It’s clear that the Southern Christian experience is suffering.
It is important to understand that there are many different reasons for this decline.
There is a wide variety of causes, from the decline of white, Christian, and Christian-centered Protestantism, which is a declining denominational structure, to the decline in the number and diversity of African-American and Asian-American churches, to increasing economic inequality.
But the most important factor for the Southern church is that it has lost a lot of members.
For example, in the last decade, Southern Baptist church attendance declined by 16.6% nationwide, according to a report by the Pew Research Center.
This is an impressive number for the largest and oldest denomination in American.
But that drop was due to a combination of factors, including declining membership, increasing financial inequality, and decreasing influence of the church’s political leadership.
Many churches have also experienced a decline in their membership due to increasing social problems, from divorce and infidelity to drug use and pornography, according the National Alliance for Christian Freedom (NACFF).
“The church has had a very difficult time,” NACFF President Brian Brown said in a 2017 interview.
“It’s just the fact that there’s a lot more competition and it’s just more people.”
But it doesn’t have to be this way.
For every church that is struggling, there are others that are thriving.
There are churches that have embraced diversity, are actively promoting the gospel, and have had successful growth in recent decades.
These churches, known as megachurches, offer a different way to worship, and churches that embrace their unique religious culture, such as the United Methodist Church (UMC), are gaining new adherents every year.
And there are churches where people are not afraid to speak their minds.
Many churches are choosing to change their name, and others are seeking to embrace diversity.
One of the biggest changes for the Southeastern Baptists is their decision to name their new church after its founder, Franklin Graham.
“We just felt it was time,” Brown said.
“When we had the president’s son, he’s not a political figure, he has a unique experience, and he’s a pastor, and I just felt we had to do something for people to understand why he was the person that we wanted to be.”
Graham, who was born in New York City in 1954, founded the Southern Presbyterian Church in 1954.
It has been the largest mainline Protestant denomination in South Carolina, with over 10 million members and more than 25 million people worldwide.
He has been described as the “father of modern American evangelicalism,” and the church has a strong influence on social and political issues.
Graham also wrote The Purpose Driven Life: A Practical Guide for Living the Gospel and