Amanda Tyler and Brent Walker on the future of the BJC

In this podcast, BJC Executive Director Amanda Tyler talks with her predecessor, Brent Walker, about her 20-year relationship with the Baptist Joint Committee. While she has fond memories of serving as an intern and legal assistant, Tyler is looking to the future. She...

Maya Boddie and Stephen Guzman on the BJC internship program

For more than three decades, the Baptist Joint Committee internship program has helped young people get a step up on their careers while experiencing life on Capitol Hill. In this podcast, fall 2016 interns Maya Boddie and Stephen Guzman discuss what it’s like...

Raphael G. Warnock on Religious Liberty and the Black Church

  On Nov. 10, 2016, the BJC partnered with Howard University School of Divinity and School of Law for a symposium focusing on religious liberty and the black church. In this podcast, hear the Rev. Dr. Raphael G. Warnock deliver his lecture on the topic. The podcast...

Stan Hastey on BJC history, religious liberty and speaking up

  Stan Hastey’s storied career includes 15 years in the BJC communications department and another 20 as executive director of the Alliance of Baptists. Hastey is also a student of Baptist history and wrote his doctoral dissertation on the Baptist Joint...
Mark Wiggs on supporting religious liberty and the BJC

Mark Wiggs on supporting religious liberty and the BJC

Marks Wiggs has understood the importance of religious liberty since he was a child. In this podcast, recorded at this year’s Cooperative Baptist Fellowship General Assembly, the Mississippi lawyer discusses his longtime support of the BJC, his friendship with...
Beth Echols on working for the BJC in the 1960s

Beth Echols on working for the BJC in the 1960s

Beth Echols worked in the Baptist Joint Committee communications department for several years in the 1960s and 70s. As an accredited journalist covering Congress, she wrote stories about issues like school prayer and civil rights. In this podcast, the 92-year-old...