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  • Pastoral Perspectives: Twisted Beauty, by James Lamkin

    On a Monday night, years ago, I attended a church growth seminar in Decatur, Ga. We started with food in the Fellowship Hall. More Info

  • Mass Imprisonment, Solitary Confinement Become Ecumenical Focus

    Legislative activity on congressional bills related to mass incarceration and the use of solitary confinement and their devastating impact on people in U.S. prisons and jails was the focus of a meeting in September of the Joint Action & Advocacy Convening More Info

  • Baptists at People’s Climate March Call for Creation Justice

    Greg Yost was one of the 300,000 who marched Sunday, Sept. 21in the “People’s Climate March” through New York City. The comments below were read by another at a supporting rally Sunday, Sept. 21 in Asheville, North Carolina. More Info

  • Alliance Ministry Partners Face Growing Concern for Plight of Migrants

    Church World Service, an Alliance ecumenical partner issued an immediate plea for help on the border of the United States and Mexico in regard to the thousands of unaccompanied children crossing the border in July of this year. More Info

  • ‘Rules for Travel’ Seen as Guide for Needed Changes in the Alliance

    ​Roger and Mary Ruth Crook, supporters of the Alliance since its inception, and initiators of our partnerships with the Fraternity of Baptist Churches in Cuba and the Evangelical Baptist Church in Georgia, have some rules for traveling they share with anyo More Info

  • Alliance Vice President April Baker Receives Baptist Heritage Award

    April Baker, vice president of the Alliance of Baptists and pastor of Glendale Baptist Church in Nashville, Tenn., was recognized Sept. 4 by her alma mater, Furman University, More Info