Empowered by history

2019 BJC Fellow Keisha Patrick reflects on her time in Colonial Williamsburg learning about religious liberty and her place in history.

Becoming an actively engaged citizen

Taylor Bell reflects on his time as a 2019 BJC Fellow, and how in his time in Colonial Williamsburg he gained fuller understanding of religious liberty.

2018 BJC Fellows

2018 BJC Fellows BJC Associate Director of Mobilization Christine Browder chats with two of the 2018 BJC Fellows, Tanner Bean and Claire Hein Blanton, about their experience at the BJC Fellows Seminar, what’s next for them, and why they choose to give to the...

Liberty is essential to human dignity

By Brent Newberry Growing up with privilege in America, I took religious liberty for granted. In fact, I only viewed religious liberty from the perspective of someone from above, or as someone from the inside. My time in Williamsburg further opened my eyes to the...

Circles of Religious Liberty

By Erika Perez Attending the Baptist Joint Committee Fellows Seminar in Williamsburg, Virginia was full circle for me, as only last year I visited the BJC Office in Washington D.C. with the Hispanic Baptist Convention of Texas Young Latino Leadership Program. In...