“The positive spiritual influence Beth Moore has had on the SBC is immeasurable, and I am thankful for her and her continued ministry. God has used her to shape a movement of women committed to the local church and the Word of God,” SBC Executive Committee president and CEO Ronnie Floyd said in a statement.
"It saddens me to hear from those like Beth who no longer feel at home within our convention. At any given time in our convention, there are countless opinions about theology, ministry and culture. The Southern Baptist Convention should be a home for all who share our common mission and doctrine as outlined in the Baptist Faith & Message, and I am committed to making it feel like a home for all who wish for it to be.”