Thank you for joining us for the 2023 BJC Luncheon!

Whether you were with us in Atlanta or watching online, we are glad you could be part of the event. 

Our 2023 program introduced the new BJC Center for Faith, Justice and Reconciliation, and our keynote speaker was the Rev. Dr. Adam L. Bond.

About the Luncheon

Since 1991, BJC has brought together friends and supporters of religious liberty for a time of fellowship and updates on the latest news out of Washington. The event is open to all, but you must have a ticket to attend. Scroll down for a look at previous events.

2022 Luncheon: Indigenous voices on faith freedom

Indigenous voices were the center of the 2022 BJC Luncheon, held June 30 in Dallas, Texas. The luncheon featured a panel moderated by the Rev. Dr. Mitch Randall, the CEO of Good Faith Media and a citizen of the Muscogee Creek Nation. He was with Dr. Kyle T. Mays, an Afro-Indigenous (Saginaw Chippewa) writer and scholar of U.S. history, urban studies, race relations and contemporary popular culture; and Mariah Humphries, a Mvskoke Nation citizen, writer, educator, and Director of Content and Communications for Be the Bridge.

Watch the recording of the event
Read a recap in our magazine: Colonialism continues, Indigenous leaders say