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About H.O.P.E.

During the 106th Congress Annual Session held in 2011, the Health Outreach and Prevention Education Initiative (H.O.P.E.) was launched.  African Americans are disproportionately affected by many preventable disease processes.  This program aims to bring HOPE to our communities as we take actions that will dramatically improve our health and positively impact our total well-being.Under the leadership of Congress President

Leadership

Harold L. Simmons is a born again Christian who loves the Lord. He is a man who lives and exemplifies Christ in his everyday life. He is totally committed to the Biblical Manhood Ministry of working with Men and Boys. In January 2015, Dr. Jerry Young, President of the National Baptist Convention USA, Inc., appointed Harold

CJC Prison Ministry

National Vice Commissioners Emerson & Jessica Turner  (480) 926-7043 Office (602) 889-4156 Mobile Email: eturner22@cox.net   Purpose The purpose of the Prison Ministry of the National Baptist Criminal Justice Commission is to focus on the incarcerated individual, their families, victims and their communities as it relates to ministering to them while incarcerated, providing for a smooth transition back

CJC Liberation Ministry

National Vice Commissioners Arthur & Virginia Robinson (901) 754-4335 Office (901) 268-1952 Mobile Email: artrkt@gmail.com   Purpose The purpose of the Liberation Ministry of the National Baptist Criminal Justice Commission is to focus improving the life of persons liberated from jail or prison through Christian associations and biblical teaching. Mission The Mission of the Liberation Ministry is to

CJC General Secretary Ministry

National Vice Commissioners Robert & Margaret Pope (901) 751-2642 or (901) 651-2488 Email: rap3516@aol.com   Purpose The purpose of the General Secretary Ministry is to provide support services for the National Baptist Criminal Justice Commission. The support Services include but are limited to providing the logistics and administrative tasks and activities needed to ensure successful operation of meetings and events

CJC Education Ministry

National Vice Commissioners Ernest & Joice Tinsley (480) 200-7434 Office Email: bullseyemin@att.net Purpose The purpose of the Education Ministry of the National Baptist Criminal Justice Commission is to prevent individuals from becoming entangled in the criminal justice system. Mission The Mission of the Education Ministry is to use scripture and other educational tools to equip individuals with the

Guidance Statements

VISION: The National Baptist Criminal Justice Commission will effectively influence and change sinful behavior wholly and holistically by ministering to the physical, Biblical and Spiritual needs of individuals and their families.   MISSION: The Criminal Justice Commission will exhort, assist and equip the local church in its evangelisticand emancipating ministry to those in prison, ex-prisoners, victims, and

Endorser

Rev. William J. Wyne Jr., Senior Pastor Second Missionary Baptist Church Rev. William James Wyne, Jr., is a native of Birmingham, Alabama. He served as the Pastor of Missionary Union Baptist Church in Columbus, Mississippi from March 1980 to September 1991. He is presently the Pastor of the historical Second Missionary Baptist Church in Battle

Contact Us

Dr. Cynthia P. Smith, President Phone: (313) 921-5555 Toll Free: 1-877-742-8775 Email:  nbcwomansaux@aol.com Office Address: Woman’s Auxiliary Office, NBC, USA, Inc. 5555 Conner Avenue, Suite 2079 Detroit, Michigan 48213 Hours of Operation:  Tuesday through Friday, 9 am until 3 pm  President’s Correspondence Mailing Address: Woman’s Auxiliary Office, NBC, USA, Inc. Dr. Cynthia Perkins Smith, President P.O. Box 442420

President

Cynthia Perkins Smith is a proud, native Alabamian. She received her early education in the Bessemer Public School System. Cynthia earned a Bachelor of Science Degree from Miles College in Birmingham, Alabama and continued studies at Dillard University in New Orleans, Louisiana. Arkansas Baptist College of Little Rock conferred the Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters