MONTGOMERY, Ala. (BP) – The soles of Keelan Adams’ shoes are well worn from the city’s streets.
RIDGECREST, N.C. (BP) -- The church must stand together in agreement to pursue justice and heal the lingering impact of racism in society, Frank Williams, the newly installed president of the National African American Fellowship, a group of more than 4,000 Black Southern Baptist pastors, said in a recent seminar on injustice and racism.
DALLAS (BP) – Conflict in terms of race relations boils down to a pivotal question, Pastor Tony Evans of Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship told those gathered at his church on Wednesday, July 21.
FARMERSVILLE, Texas (BP) – First Baptist Church pastor Bart Barber will be the first to say he’s not a professional pollster, but three things came together July 14 for him to become a beginner at it.
Messengers overwhelmingly affirm resolutions targeting racial reconciliation, Hyde Amendment, Equality Act
NASHVILLE (BP) – Messengers to the 2021 SBC Annual Meeting approved a broad resolution on the Bible’s sufficiency regarding race and racial reconciliation Tuesday (June 15) but chose not to address specifically the contentious issue of critical race theory.
TULSA (BP) – Although for years, the horrific incident was only whispered about, Deron Spoo was very intentional in trying to ensure it was solemnly remembered.
FROM THE STATES: Pastors prepare for Tulsa Race Massacre centennial; Kentucky church takes whack at COVID
Pastors prepare for Tulsa Race Massacre centennial; Kentucky church offers chance to take a whack at COVID.
SBC DIGEST: Article examines racial attitudes of Truett, Criswell; Allen releases ‘Succeeding at Seminary’ book
Article examines ‘lost legacies’ of Truett, Criswell on race, racism; Allen releases ‘Succeeding at Seminary’ book.
NAAF, Ausberry call for unity around essentials, ask seminary presidents to help defuse racial tensions
FAIRFAX STATION, Va. (BP) – Saying they remain committed to working “in harmony with the Southern Baptist Convention and our entities to address the concerns of the African American community,” the National African American Fellowship of the SBC issued a statement Wednesday (March 24) asking presidents of SBC seminaries to take steps to help defuse current racial tensions within the convention.
It was against this backdrop that the Savannah Fellowship Meeting took place. The meeting was the first of its kind between Georgia’s largest white and Black Baptist conventions.