Human rights advocate elected to top NABF leadership role

Human rights activist Elijah Brown has been elected general secretary of the North American Baptist Fellowship, succeeding congregational leadership coach and author George Bullard, the organization has announced. (BNG)

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Elijah Brown—formerly a professor at East Texas Baptist University—has been elected general secretary of the North American Baptist Fellowship. He is the executive vice president of the Falls Church, Va.-based 21st Century Wilberforce Initiative, an international human rights group that advocates religious freedom as a universal right. The Baptist World Alliance once designated him as one of the top emerging global leaders in 2007.

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