The Program of Black Church Studies at Emory University, Atlanta, Ga. educates men and women on the “origins, development, and contemporary diversity of the black church tradition.” The program includes the exploration of other religious traditions. Contact Dr. Andrea C. White.
The Program for Strong African American Marriages is a five-year intervention study based at the University of Georgia. Prayer is listed as one component of the program, with participants encouraged to pray for their spouses.
Orange Twin Conservation Community is a developing eco-village that grows from a record label in Athens, Ga.
The Foundation Beyond Belief is a charitable and educational organization created “to focus, encourage and demonstrate the generosity and compassion of atheists and humanists.” Each quarter the foundation designates 10 charities to be recipients of its members’ donations. Dale McGowan is executive director.
Center for Black Women in Church and Society at the Interdenominational Theological Center seeks to enhance the participation and relationship with African American women in church and society.
The King Center in Atlanta educates people about the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., nonviolent conflict-reconciliation and social change.
Southwest Christian Church in East Point, Ga., uses its Facebook page for a variety of things, including evangelization.
AtlantaSaints.com is a group of Christian men, women and children who meet for worship in their homes. Neil Carter is a teacher and website designer who is a member of this group who blogs. Contact Neil Carter.
The Interdenominational Theological Center is a consortium of six predominantly black seminaries in Atlanta.