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Floyd, National Baptists, to form study groupJACKSON, Miss. (BP) -- Southern Baptist Convention President Ronnie Floyd and National Baptist Convention President Jerry Young have agreed to appoint a joint study group and perhaps a steering committee to continue dialogue on racial healing among Christians and ultimately across the nation.
The two leaders of the largest Baptist groups in the U.S. announced their decision at the end of the panel discussion ... Read More
Racism Satan's tool, Floyd tells BaptistsJACKSON, Miss. (BP) -- Racism is from Satan and his demonic forces, and the only hope for its defeat is the church of Jesus Christ united across societal divisions, Southern Baptist Convention President Ronnie Floyd told a culturally diverse group of Baptists in Mississippi Nov. 4.
"I believe that the issue of racism is from Satan and the demonic forces of hell," Floyd told hundreds gathered at Mission .... Read More
Race relations summit speakers announcedJACKSON, Miss. (BP) -- Leading pastors from the National Baptist Convention USA and the Southern Baptist Convention -- the nation's two largest Baptist denominations -- will gather for a Nov. 4 racial reconciliation celebration in Jackson, Miss.
The nonprofit racial reconciliation group Mission Mississippi will host the 22 pastors at "A National Conversation on Race in America" from 8:30-11 a.m. at the Jackson Convention Complex. Read More
Miss. event to focus on racial unity
NASHVILLE (BP) -- God's church must take the lead in achieving racial unity as the United States deals with a deepening crisis of racially polarizing events, Southern Baptist Convention President Ronnie Floyd has said in advance of a Nov. 4 racial reconciliation celebration in Jackson, Miss.
Floyd will join Jerry Young, president of the predominantly black National Baptist Convention USA, as a speaker at "A National Conversation on Race in America," Mission Mississippi's annual ... Read More