Jimmy-Carter_clipped_rev_4-1“The New Baptist Covenant movement is dear to my heart. For too long, racial, theological, and geographical barriers have separated our Baptist family and diminished our witness to the world God so loves. Your work with the New Baptist Covenant will change that. We will usher in a new age of shared ministries and fellowship.”

— President Jimmy Carter
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Why I support New Baptist Covenant

By Patrick Andrson As a Baptist seeking to be a follower of Jesus, I am drawn to the New Baptist Covenant because of the unique ministry it facilitates, that of racial reconciliation. White persons who claim to follow Jesus have a lot to answer for. Colonialism,...

CofA partners sponsor 12th annual ‘Hands on Kirkwood’

Covenant of Action partners Kirkwood Baptist Church and Harrison Avenue Missionary Baptist Church in suburban St. Louis joined with other churches and groups in their community to host their 12th annual "Hands on Kirkwood," a one day mission blitz where they "serve...

A word for the journey – December 2018

This Sunday marks the beginning of Advent. It is in this time, when the days grow short and the nights long, that we are reminded to wait for the coming of the light in the darkness. Churches across the nation will pull out their advent wreaths and light the first of...

Hopes and fears

 By Scott Dickison“My hope — and my fear — is that I’ll feel responsible.”This was the response of one of our members two Friday evenings ago when a group of us met with some friends from our covenant partners, the First Baptist Church on New Street to...

A word for the journey – November 2018

By Dr. Phaedra P. BlockerOne of the reasons I have grown to love the Church (liturgical) calendar is that it helps us keep in touch with aspects of our Christian heritage that we sometimes overlook as our attention is grabbed by the bigger, “splashier” celebrations....

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