Allow me to direct you to some of the better reading in preparation for Louisville:
Dr. Jerry Vines's most recent blog post on the incessant attacks against the 1950s is statesmanlike and poignant. I think it important that we not indulge younger believers in the conceit that their generation is essentially different from all who have preceded them.
Will Hall's four-part series presenting another view of our SBC statistics is required reading. See his posts here, here, here, and here. Apparently the Southern Baptist Convention is large enough to have more than one person in the denomination who can analyze statistics.
Nathan Finn's series on the Great Commission Resurgence over at Between the Times, although it seems to offer some sort of a veiled endorsement of more incendiary blogging on the subject, has so far largely been an enthusiastic selling of the GCR in a tone more respectful of at least some of those who disagree. The starting post is here.
The series has not yet reached any of the areas of the document that would pose any real difference of opinion between Dr. Finn and myself, but I have every reason to expect that I'll still be recommending the series at the end of the week. So far it has occasioned friendly conversation between the two of us.