Chauvin guilty verdict is a right and just step, but just a step
Newsroom / racial justice / Racial Reconciliation

Chauvin guilty verdict is a right and just step, but just a step

The following is a statement from CBF Executive Coordinator Paul Baxley: Today it was announced that Derek Chauvin has been found guilty on all three charges in the murder of George Floyd last May. The members of the jury heard the evidence, reflected on the testimony, and reached a conclusion that is just and right. … Continue reading

Una semana que se sintió como Viernes Santo
Espanol / Paul Baxley / racial justice

Una semana que se sintió como Viernes Santo

Por Paul Baxley Este domingo, los cristianos se reunieron en todo el país, y de hecho en todo el mundo, para celebrar el Tercer Domingo de Resurrección. Con nuestros himnos, oraciones, lectura y predicación, continuamos proclamando que Cristo ha resucitado de entre los muertos. El mismo que sufrió una muerte horriblemente violenta ha resucitado. La … Continue reading

CBF Podcast: Jemar Tisby, How to Fight Racism  
Podcast / racial justice

CBF Podcast: Jemar Tisby, How to Fight Racism  

By Andy Hale We have all experienced or are experiencing it: the feeling of grievance, anger, and rightness that injustice cannot stand. For many, those powerful emotions are quickly accompanied by feelings of immobility and frustration because we don’t actually know what to do about it. Racism is a systemic problem in America. For those … Continue reading

Choosing Community & Delivering us from Chaos: Reflecting on the Words of Dr. King
Paul Baxley / racial justice

Choosing Community & Delivering us from Chaos: Reflecting on the Words of Dr. King

By Paul Baxley Normally on the Martin Luther King Holiday, we find ourselves listening to Dr. King’s inspirational address given during the 1963 March on Washington, in which he challenged all who heard him with his powerful dream that “my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be … Continue reading

The Legacy of White Supremacy in American Christianity: A Conversation with Robert P. Jones
Podcast / racial justice / Racial Reconciliation

The Legacy of White Supremacy in American Christianity: A Conversation with Robert P. Jones

By Andy Hale “If you were recruiting for a white supremacist cause on a Sunday morning, you’d likely have more success handing out in the parking lot of an average white Christian church than approaching whites sitting out of service at the local coffee shop,” said Robert P. Jones, the CEO and Founder of the … Continue reading

Held together in community
racial justice / Racial Reconciliation

Held together in community

By Michelle Carroll Wednesday started strangely.  Before I even got to my church office, our Senior Pastor was calling to tell me that we’d just learned the Attorney General’s announcement of the Breonna Taylor investigation results had been moved from Louisville to the Kentucky Historical Society, which is about two blocks from the church.  “Oh, … Continue reading