An Invitation for Fellowship and Action

Dr. Aidsand Wright-Riggins, III Growing up in the 1950’s and 60’s in a de-facto segregated community in South Central Los Angeles, Baptists were everywhere. And anywhere a Baptist happened to be, that Baptist was Black. Until I was in my teens, I just assumed that...

Meet Rev. Alfonso Campbell, III

Reverend Alfonso Campbell, III experienced his first taste of ministry while studying at Howard University where he assumed a very active role in aiding young adults in developing and strengthening their relationship with Christ. His time at Howard provided him with...

Rev. Elijah Zehyoue’s Thank You Letter

Thursday, May 25, 2017 Dear New Baptist Covenant Family, It is with a heavy heart that I write you to inform you of my departure from the New Baptist Covenant. After much prayer and discernment, I feel the spirit of God leading me to the local church and new fields of...

Sitting at the Feet of Dr. Maya Angelou

“Homo sum, humani nihil a me alienum puto.—I am human and nothing human can be alien to me.” One of the greatest honors I have had was to be a student of Dr. Maya Angelou. The words of Terrence, the Roman slave and poet, marked the beginning of every class I took with...

Barbara Johns and Brown vs. Board of Education

On this day, May 17, 1954, The United States Supreme Court rendered the landmark decision in the Brown vs. Board of Education Case. In a unanimous 9-0 decision the Court ruled that segregation in public education was a violation of the 14th  Amendment of the...

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