Baptist Without An Adjective
85. Timothy Stewart
Fri, 16 Aug 2019 19:05:06 +0000

Timothy Stewart, president of the Progressive National Baptist Convention and pastor of the oldest Baptist church in the Bahamas, talks with Word&Way Editor & President Brian Kaylor about the work and heritage of the PNBC. He also discusses Baptist history in the Bahamas and current concerns for the people in the nation. This interview occurred in the Bahamas during the 2019 annual gathering of the Baptist World Alliance

(This episode is sponsored in part by the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship.)

84. Charles Foster Johnson
Fri, 09 Aug 2019 20:56:13 +0000

Charles Foster Johnson, executive director of Pastors for Texas Children, talks with Word&Way Editor & President Brian Kaylor about how churches can minister to local schools. He also discusses how advocacy is part of our ministry and how pastors in other states can start their own Pastors for Children group. 

(This episode is sponsored in part by the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship.)

83. Press Freedom as Religious Freedom
Tue, 30 Jul 2019 21:00:00 +0000

This episode features remarks by Word&Way Editor & President Brian Kaylor about the importance of press freedom. He offered these thoughts during a workshop at the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship general assembly in Birmingham, Ala. The workshop, called "Press Freedom as Religious Freedom," also included panelists Mitch Randall of EthicsDaily.com and David Wilkinson of Baptist News Global

(This episode is sponsored in part by the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship.)

82. Hannah McMahan King
Thu, 25 Jul 2019 20:30:59 +0000

Hannah McMahan King, co-executive director of the New Baptist Covenant, talks with Word&Way Editor & President Brian Kaylor about the work of the NBC in bringing churches together across racial and denominational lines. She also discusses the problem of white churches not dealing with injustices of the past and her research into the impact of Christianity on the lynching culture. 

(This episode is sponsored in part by the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship.)

81. Joe Phelps
Thu, 18 Jul 2019 20:02:20 +0000

Joe Phelps, a longtime Baptist pastor and co-chair of EmpowerWest in Louisville, Ky., talks with Word&Way Editor & President Brian Kaylor about how he came to understand his white privilege. He also discusses the work of EmpowerWest on urging Southern Baptist Theological Seminary to pay reparations for slavery. This interview occurred after Phelps spoke at the "Angela Project" gathering in Birmingham, Ala., to recognize the upcoming 400th anniversary of the arrival of the first enslaved Africans to what is now the United States. 

(This episode is sponsored in part by the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship.)


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