Institute for Black Church Studies
Recent events in our country have demonstrated the critical need to repair the racial breach that divides us. This is also the work of the church.
The Institute is part of BSK: Baptist Seminary of Kentucky, and is made possible by a generous grant from the Eula Mae & John Baugh Foundation.
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The Institute, through BSK, is partnered with Simmons College of Kentucky (HBCU) and the National Baptist Convention of America International, Inc. (NBCA).
These partners assist the Institute in supporting Black church leaders, and in providing racial education for White congregations.
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