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  • Justice2016: Cuba and Liberty, by Stan Dotson

    ​In the early 1890s, Cuban exile José Martí was living in New York, writing and publishing works that fomented Cuba’s third and finally successful attempt to extricate itself from Spanish rule. Martí, as it turns out, had more success as writer than wa More Info

  • Remembering Adalberto Cuéllar Martínez, by Stan Hastey

    More than any other person, Adalberto Cuéllar was responsible for the wonderfully fruitful partnership between the Fraternidad de Iglesias Bautistas de Cuba and the Alliance of Baptists. As the first executive secretary of the Fraternidad, Adalberto labore More Info

  • Thirty Years and Counting, by Craig Henry

    Almost thirty years ago I first learned of the birth of the Alliance of Baptists. I sent a check to become a member because the Alliance sounded like a breath of fresh air to this weary, then, Southern Baptist. Every year since, I have sent a check to main More Info

  • Voices: To Start, We Must Stop, by Leah Knox

    I heard on the local news this week that we here in southeast Pennsylvania are experiencing the seventh heat wave of the summer. The seventh. In September. In Pennsylvania. More Info

  • Edgar Palacios Named El Salvador’s Ambassador to Canada, by Lu Shan and Daniel Alcazar

    Calvary Baptist Church, Washington, D.C., hosted an emotional send-off celebration for pastor Edgar Palacios before he heads off to Ottawa to become El Salvador's new Ambassador to Canada on Aug. 28. This honor comes in recognition of Edgar’s pivotal role More Info

  • Justice2016: ​Voters Are Without Protection from Discriminatory Voting Laws, by Carol Blythe

    In 2013, the Supreme Court struck down key provisions of the Voting Rights Act originally passed in 1965 and reauthorized four times since. The Court ruled that the process used to determine which states must undergo federal preclearance[1] before making a More Info