The largest protestant denomination in the US — the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) — has been talking for years about a name change. The word "Southern" has its roots in a church split over the issue of slavery that took place before the Civil War, nearly 170 years ago. These days, some church members feel the denomination's regional-sounding name is a hindrance to its mission nationwide. A task force for the SBC has now formally explored the question of dropping the word "Southern." Host Audie Cornish talks with the SBC's President, Reverend Bryant Wright, about what the task force is recommending.