Invite BJC staff to guest preach
Looking to address what the Bible teaches us about religious freedom during your worship service? We love visiting Baptist and other Christian churches to preach the Gospel, which we believe calls us to defend faith freedom for all.
The following BJC staff are available to visit your church. You will find a collection of sermons below. They are also prepared to lead small group or church-wide discussions on religious liberty and Christian nationalism in addition to preaching.
If you’re interested in having one of these staff members guest preach, please contact Carlton Grace Baites at [email protected].
Amanda Tyler is the executive director of BJC. She is a graduate of The University of Texas School of Law, where she received her J.D. with honors.
Watch a sermon Amanda preached Royal Lane Baptist Church in Dallas, Texas, on September 25, 2022:
Rev. Dr. Dan Hamil
The Rev. Dr. Dan Hamil is the director of strategic partnerships at BJC. He holds a Doctor of Education degree in Adult and Continuing Education and master’s degrees in Educational Ministries as well as Christian History and Theology. Ordained in the North American Baptist Conference, Dan is based in California.
Watch a sermon Dan preached at Lakeshore Avenue Baptist Church in Oakland, California, on January 9, 2022:
Rev. Jennifer Hawks
The Rev. Jennifer Hawks is the associate general counsel at BJC. She earned degrees from the University of Mississippi School of Law and the George W. Truett Theological Seminary at Baylor University. Jennifer was ordained into the Gospel ministry by McLean Baptist Church in McLean, Virginia.
Watch a sermon Jennifer preached virtually at Ravensworth Baptist Church in Annandale, Virginia, on November 13, 2022:
Guthrie Graves-Fitzsimmons is the communications director at BJC. He is a graduate of Union Theological Seminary in New York City, where he earned a Master of Divinity degree. He is currently pursuing a Doctor of Ministry in Prophetic Leadership degree from Iliff School of Theology.
Watch a sermon Guthrie preached at Metro Baptist Church in New York City on June 28, 2022: