Covenant Partners

 

Our Covenants of Action are as diverse as the communities that make them. Across the country many Baptist churches have put this model into action. These stories highlight just some of the ways that the New Baptist Covenant movement is supporting pastors and faith leaders in their efforts to live out the Gospel in their city or town.

Atlanta, GA

Michael Wortham of Ebenezer Baptist Church, Katrina Moore of Greater Piney Grove Baptist Church, Trey Lyon of Park Ave Baptist Church, Atlanta

These covenant partners have heard Jesus’ call to, “set at liberty those who are oppressed,” and are taking action to address childhood illiteracy in their community.
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Birmingham, AL

Christopher Hamlin of Tabernacle Baptist Church, Terri Byrd of Vestavia Hills Baptist Church, Allan Burton of Baptist Church of the Covenant Birmingham

These covenant partners have heard Jesus’ call to, “preach good news to the poor,” and are taking action to curb childhood hunger in their community.
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Dallas, TX

George Mason of Wilshire Baptist Church, Danielle Ayers of Friendship-West Baptist Church, Heather Mustain of Wilshire Baptist Church, Frederick D. Haynes III of Friendship-West Baptist Church Dallas

These covenant partners have heard Jesus’ call to, “preach good news to the poor,” and are taking action to combat predatory lending in their community.
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St. Louis, MO

Scott Stearman of Kirkwood Baptist Church, Jimmy Brown of St. Luke Memorial Missionary Baptist Church, Jeffrey Croft of Harrison Ave Missionary Baptist Church St. Louis

These covenant partners have heard Jesus’ call to, “proclaim the year of the Lord’s favor,” and are taking action to address key issues of poverty in their community.
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