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  • Justice2016: Agents of Change, by Leah Grundset Davis

    Addressing an audience at the Franciscan Monastery of the Holy Land, Washington, D.C. —as well as those watching online—Mitri Raheb opened with a question echoing the words from a speech made by President Ronald Reagan in West Berlin on June 12, 1987. More Info

  • Justice2016: Maybe Dreams Will Save Us, by Jeff Hood

    Eyes closed. Thoughts flood my brain. The deeper I fall asleep, the more the thoughts subside. Rapid-eye movement sets in. I'm lost in a world of dreams. There is one I've come to know well. More Info

  • Practicing Congregation: Pray for Economists, by Tim Moore

    ​The energy in this year’s presidential election has been anti-establishment. Whether you consider the crowds during Bernie Sanders’ primary campaign or the frenzy when Donald Trump’s shoots his mouth off in politically incorrect ways, the candidates that More Info

  • 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