A historic African-American congregation in Atlanta is saying goodbye to its home of 143 years to make way for a new NFL stadium.

Published in History
Thursday, 13 February 2014 08:16

Past CBF leader praises SBC’s racial progress

Emmanuel McCall, a pioneer in Southern Baptist black-church relations before controversy led him to identify with the more moderate Cooperative Baptist Fellowship, praised efforts of current SBC leadership to carry on the work he helped begin.

Published in Organizations

I tell our Sunday school class the stream of immigrants pouring into our city represents more of an opportunity than a challenge. What can we learn from them about doing mission with more integrity?

Published in 2010 Archives

A key word in the question is “virulent.” According to Webster’s Dictionary, “virulent” carries the impact of being actively poisonous, noxious, highly infective, intensely bitter, spiteful and malicious. To deny a person the right to participate in the fullness of society because of race, color or ethnic origin is virulent.

Published in 2009 Archives
Wednesday, 10 November 2010 19:00

RIGHT or WRONG? Civil rights and immigration

What lessons from the Civil Rights Movement can and should be applied to the recent Arizona immigration law, as well as any larger American debate over immigration?
Published in 2010 Archives