The 28th annual Black Church Leadership and Family Conference was held July 19–23 at Ridgecrest Conference Center in North Carolina.
Among about 100 small-group sessions offered at the conference was “A Biblical Response to Social Injustice: Navigating Racial Tensions in the SBC,” according to a report by Baptist Press.
The conference on Navigating Racial Tensions was led by Frank Williams, newly installed president of the National African American Fellowship. Williams also serves as pastor of Wake-Eden Community Baptist Church and Bronx Baptist Church in New York, the BP article states.
“You can’t fight with a divided heart on the issue,” he said. “It’s going to take us all to fix it.”