Conference Theme: “Social Justice: Baptists, Nashville and Civil Rights”
“…you put together a great  conference. I’ve been to many [conferences] and this was my favorite.” (a Church History professor in Kentucky)
“The Baptist History and Heritage Society is doing excellent work.” (a layperson and donor in Texas)
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- Drop by the BH&HS table at the upcoming CBF North Carolina General Assembly, March 19-20, Providence Baptist Church, Charlotte. Also, Bruce will be leading a conference breakout session entitled “Baptists and Race: Enduring Legacy of the American Civil War.”
- Make plans to attend our April 20-22, 2015 conference in Nashville – “Seeking Justice: Baptists, Nashville, and Civil Rights” – held in partnership with National Baptists and hosted by American Baptist College and First Baptist Church Capitol Hill.
- If you will be attending this year’s national CBF General Assembly in Dallas, come hear Bruce speak on “Baptists and Human Rights: A Four Century Journey,” June 18, 1:30 PM.
- Join host Bruce Gourley for a faith and adventure-filled BH&HS co-sponsored Nurturing Faith Experience in West Glacier, Montana. July 18-23.
- In this second 2015 Nurturing Faith Experience co-hosted by BH&HS, join host Bruce Gourley and guest speaker John Franke on the Georgia Coast. September 28-October 2.
- Contact executive director Bruce Gourley about speaking at your Baptist-related event.
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