BJC intern reflection: Visiting the U.S. Supreme Court

BJC intern reflection: Visiting the U.S. Supreme Court

By Richard Chung, Spring 2017 BJC intern As an intern for the Baptist Joint Committee, I was able to learn more about religious freedom and meaningfully contribute to our mission to protect religious liberty for all. In addition to assisting with the everyday...
Churches and the ‘New Sanctuary Movement’

Churches and the ‘New Sanctuary Movement’

By Associate General Counsel Jennifer Hawks My mother’s family hails from rural Arkansas. For decades we had a family reunion every Easter weekend where my family and those of my grandfather’s 21 brothers, sisters and half-siblings would return to the family farm to...
Join the James Dunn Legacy Circle

Join the James Dunn Legacy Circle

Those who create an estate gift to the Baptist Joint Committee automatically become members of the James Dunn Legacy Circle. We named our planned giving program after James Dunn to recognize his important role in our history. Dunn was the executive director of the BJC...
Baptist Joint Committee welcomes summer interns

Baptist Joint Committee welcomes summer interns

By BJC Staff Reports The Baptist Joint Committee is pleased to welcome two summer semester interns working with our staff in Washington, D.C. Kyle Dipre (left) of Solon, Ohio, is a 2015 graduate of Hope College in Holland, Michigan, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in...