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New Baptist Covenant enters its work phase Print E-mail
By Associated Baptist Press   
Monday, December 09, 2013
A century and a half after the Civil War divided Baptists in America into separate congregations predominantly black and white, a diverse group of U.S. Baptists is exploring ways to cross boundaries of identity, doctrine and ethnicity to collaborate in community service.
Minority Report: Humanitarian aid, human rights advocacy bolster Baptist witness Print E-mail
Wednesday, December 04, 2013
Aid and advocacy create a positive witness for Baptists globally, leaders of the Baptist World Alliance noted.
Mission efforts can help bring believers together to make a difference. Word&Way highlights three national ministries: Together for Hope, a Cooperative Baptist Fellowship effort to minister in the 20 poorest U.S. counties; Woman's Missionary Union, through MissionsFEST, FamilyFEST and Christian Women's and Men's Job Corps; and refugee ministry that American Baptist Churches USA  are involved in through Church World Service. This video from CWS Greensboro explains some of the many facets of their Immigration and Refugee Program.
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