Race: Continuing Models of Progress
11 First Words … Editorial Introduction
By Emmanuel McCall, Adjunct Professor of Urban Ministries,
McAfee School of Theology, Mercer University. Atlanta, Georgia.
13 A Word From …
By Alan Culpepper, Dean, McAfee School of Theology, Mercer
University, Atlanta, Georgia.
19 A Word About …
By LeAnn Flescher Snow, Academic Dean and Professor of Old
Testament, American Baptist Seminary of the West at The Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley, California, and a member of the Editorial Board of Review & Expositor.
25 Models for Separate Churches to Transition Their Ministries Together
By J.W. Wallis, Pastor, East Point First Baptist Church, East Point,
31 Observations of a Passing Journey
By Randy A. Nabors, Pastor of New City Fellowship, Chattanooga,
39 The Lord Will Make a Way Somehow: Strategies for Cross Cultural Music and Worship
By Rev. James C. Ward, Minister of Music, New City Fellowship
Presbyterian Church, Chattanooga, Tennessee.
51 One Student at a Time: The Hospitality of Multicultural
By Molly T. Marshall, President of Central Baptist Theological
Seminary, Shawnee, Kansas.
61 Current Baptist Initiatives in Arkansas
By Ray T. Higgins, Arkansas State Coordinator, Cooperative Baptist
67 Creating a Climate of Cultural Diversity in the Sunshine
By Raymond Johnson, the State Director of the Cooperative Baptist
Fellowship in Florida.
75 Ministering to the People of Oklahoma
By T. Thomas, former State Coordinator for the Cooperative Baptist
Fellowship of Oklahoma. He now pastors in France.
85 Building a Multi-Cultural Organization in Texas
By Rick McClatchy, the State Coordinator of Cooperative Baptist
Fellowship of Texas.
95 We Must Love Again!
By Gerald Durley, Pastor of the Providence Missionary Baptist
Church, Atlanta, Georgia.
105 Baptists Against Racism and Ethnic Conflict … Worldwide!
By Denton Lotz, former General Secretary of the Baptist World Alliance.
119 Select Bibliography on Race and Documentaries
Words About Recent Books
131 Edited by Robert R. Ellis, Associate Dean and Phillips Professor of Hebrew and Old Testament, Logsdon School of Theology, Hardin Simmons University, Abilene, Texas.
147 Books Received