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  • Reformation Project Holds National Training Conference

    ​The Reformation Project will hold its first regional training conference at the National City Christian Church in Washington, D.C., from November 6-8, 2014.

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  • Sign on to the Interfaith Immigration Coalition Letter to the President and Congress

    Over the last week, many member organizations in the Interfaith Immigration Coalition came together to craft this attached letter that will be sent to the President and to the Congress.

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  • Water in the Desert

    In the occupied territory of Gaza, 92 percent of the water is ​unfit for human consumption. Alliance partner congregation Watts Street Baptist Church, Durham, N.C., heard of the need for safe drinking water for children in Gaza and embarked upon an eff

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  • Equity for Women in the Church Community Seeks Non-Profit Status

    The commitment of the Alliance of Baptists’ in its covenant to promote the “freedom of the local church to … ordain whom it perceives as gifted for ministry, male or female” has gained an additional resource through the vision...

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  • Who is Dayani Cristal?

    In March, I had the opportunity to preview a very challenging documentary with the Interfaith Immigration Coalition. “Who is Dayani Cristal?” opens deep in the Sonora desert beneath a cicada tree where

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  • Fighting Poverty with Faith—Cut Domestic Poverty in Half by 2020

    Fighting Poverty with Faith is an annual anti-poverty mobilization of faith-based organizations bringing together more than 50 national organizations, including the Alliance of Baptists. The goal of FPWF is to halve domestic poverty between 2010 and 2020

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