Celebrating differences through education

After attending the BJC Fellows Seminar, the Rev. Dane Martin knew he couldn’t sit on the sidelines anymore. Hear about why he created a program to introduce college students to new ideas and prepare them to interact with the world in different ways.

The contested history of voting rights

Voting is at the foundation of American citizenship. It is no wonder why extending the right to vote has been so morally and politically charged throughout the history of this country, and we continue to see efforts cloaked in Christian nationalism that would undermine equality.

Being Baptist in an election year

It can be tempting to throw our hands up and withdraw from the increasingly toxic political environment. But such a response, I believe, would betray Jesus’ teaching for us to give to God the things that are God’s and to Caesar the things that are Caesar’s.

Meet the 2023 BJC Fellows

What happens when young professionals from diverse backgrounds gather in Colonial Williamsburg to begin their journey as a BJC Fellow? Hear from the class of 2023 about their experience and what it means to defend faith freedom for everyone.