A revolution has occurred in the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) in the past half century. The geographical boundaries of the South no longer contain us. Cultural and racial sameness, which once marked the convention, while still pervasive in some areas of our greatest strength, is no longer true nationally. Southern Baptists are ready now to think and act from a national perspective. For the first time, a truly national strategy is a possibility.
Chaney, C. (1991). The Framework for a National Strategy in Church Planting. Journal of the American Society for Church Growth, 2(1), 11-40. Retrieved from https://digitalarchives.apu.edu/jascg/vol2/iss1/2