|"The Agenda" is a Bible study curriculum designed to help Baptists thoroughly engage Luke 4--the focal chapter for the New Baptist Covenant and its 2008 gathering in Atlanta.
"The Agenda" includes a Students and Leaders Guide authored by prominent North American Baptists, and a Bible study commentary authored by the faculty of the School of Religion at Belmont University.
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Lesson writers include:
- Introduction: Robert Parham, executive director, Baptist Center for Ethics
- Lesson 1: Daniel Carro, ambassador, Latino Ministries, Baptist General Association of Virginia and Dina Carro, member, Baptist World Alliance study and research committee, Virginia
- Lesson 2: William Epps, senior pastor, Second Baptist Church, Los Angeles, California and editor in chief, National Baptist Voice, magazine of the National Baptist Convention, USA, Inc.
- Lesson 3: David Emmanuel Goatley, executive secretary-Treasurer, Lott Carey Foreign Mission Convention, Washington, D.C.
- Lesson 4: Aidsand Wright-Riggins, executive director, National Ministries, American Baptist Churches in the USA, Valley Forge, Pennsylvania
- Lesson 5: Gilberto Gutierrez, pastor, Iglesia Bautista, Horeb, Mexico and president, National Baptist Convention of Mexico
- Lesson 6: Carol Anne Janzen, lecturer, Educational Ministries, Acadia Divinity College, Convention of Atlantic Baptist Churches, Wolfville, Nova Scotia
- Lesson 7: Don Sewell, liaison, Worldwide Baptist Bodies, Baptist General Convention of Texas, Dallas, Texas
- Lesson 8: Heather Entrekin, senior pastor, Prairie Baptist Church, Prairie Village, Kansas
Commentary writers include:
- Mark McEntire, associate professor of religion
- Bob Byrd, professor of religion
- Darrell Gwaltney, dean of the School of Religion
- Andy Watts, assistant professor of religion
- Stephanie Crowder, assistant professor of religion
- Judy Skeen, professor of religion
- Marty Bell, professor of religion
- Todd Lake, vice president for spiritual life
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