SBC19 Panels and Discussions

The purpose of this post is to make all panels and discussions that took place during SBC 19 available in one place. This post will not contain the panels that were on stage during the Business Sessions, but you can go watch those here (This link contains the talks given at the CP Stage as well).

Sex Abuse and the Southern Baptist Convention Panel – (Panel begins around the 9:00 minute mark)

Debate: Should Women Preach In Our Lord’s Day Worship? with Tom Ascol & Dwight Mckissic – (Debate begins around the 8:00 minute mark)

IMB Dinner at SBC19

Baptist 21 Panel

Baptist 21 Interview with Matt Chandler

The State of the SBC – 9Marks

Live Pastor’s Talk – 9Marks

Ask 9Marks Anything 

This article at Houston Chronicle contains the video (I was told) that was going to be played during Dr. Moore’s ERLC Report.

*If there are panels or discussions that I am missing, please let me know and I will add them to this post.


Evan Knies is from West Monroe, LA. He is married to Lauren and father to Maesyn. He serves as Minister of Students at Bullitt Lick Baptist Church in Shepherdsville, KY. He also serves as the Executive Assistant of the Nelson Baptist Association. He is a graduate of Boyce College and The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. You can follow him on Twitter @Evan_Knies

Carey-Fuller Conference 2019

The Carey-Fuller Conference is named for two men who greatly exemplify the best of our Calvinistic Baptist heritage found in the Particular Baptists and early Southern Baptists. This conference is focusing on the three “Es” where our Baptist heritage is desperately needed in connection with biblical, confessional Calvinism: evangelism, exposition, and ecclesiology. Our aim is to equip the church with biblical teaching centered upon the Word of God within a historic Baptist, confessional framework. Furthermore, there is a vast mine to be untapped when it comes to lessons to learn from Baptist history.

The theme of the 2019 Carey-Fuller conference was “Appointed to Believe: The Nature of Saving Faith.” In these sessions, you will find excellent expositions concerning the gracious nature of saving faith and the glorious doctrine of justification by faith alone. History shows us practical implications of these truths as found in sessions dealing with William Carey, Andrew Fuller, and C.H. Spurgeon.

Carey – Fuller Conference 2019 Sessions


Jake Stone is a native of Gulfport, MS and has lived on the MS Gulf Coast his entire life. Pastor Jake began to serve full-time at New Testament beginning in August 2011 and this began the relaunch and revitalization process of the church. Jake is a graduate of William Carey University in Hattiesburg, MS. Follow Jake on Twitter @ntbcpastor.