Pastors, pulpits and politicking

Pastors, pulpits and politicking

  By Associate General Counsel Jennifer Hawks With the 2016 presidential candidates named for the Democratic, Republican, Green, Libertarian and about a dozen other parties, the American political season is in full swing. What this means for the BJC is an...
Honorary and Memorial Gifts to the Baptist Joint Committee

Honorary and Memorial Gifts to the Baptist Joint Committee

  You can honor someone with a gift to the Baptist Joint Committee at any time. Just send a note with your check, or give at BJConline.org/donate and check the box to designate your gift in honor or memory of someone. Contact Taryn Deaton at tdeaton@BJConline.org...
BJC Fellows prepare to become religious liberty advocates

BJC Fellows prepare to become religious liberty advocates

  By Jordan Edwards On July 27-31, the 2016 Baptist Joint Committee Fellows met in Colonial Williamsburg for the BJC Fellows Seminar. The 10 members of this year’s class hailed from states across the country, with career paths ranging from ministry and education...
Why We Give: Sabrina Dent

Why We Give: Sabrina Dent

  By Sabrina Dent Arlington, Virginia I learned about the Baptist Joint Committee from my mentor, Dr. Adam Bond, at Virginia Union University. In the fall of 2014, he invited Charles Watson Jr. to give a presentation on religious liberty and insisted that I would...
BJC: School voucher program compromises religious liberty

BJC: School voucher program compromises religious liberty

  By BJC Staff Reports Funneling taxpayer funds to religious schools through a voucher program compromises religious liberty, according to a brief filed at the Nevada Supreme Court and joined by the Baptist Joint Committee. Nevada’s school voucher program allows...