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ISAAC News – Moving Forward in Love and Action

Message from our ISAAC President Moving Forward in Love… I, like most black and brown people, are going through a flood of emotions right now. I don’t really know how to act or what to do, even though I have been engaged in this work of social justice for quite some time. This just feels […]

Message from our ISAAC Executive Director

[su_youtube url=”https://youtu.be/jX14OYY07w0″] [su_youtube url=”https://youtu.be/Oehry1JC9Rk”] Dear ISAAC Family, we pray this email finds you and yours well in the midst of all that is going on locally and nationwide. To all our Black, African American, African, Caribbean, Afro-Latino Brothers, Sisters and Family Members, we see you, we value you, we value your life, we love you […]

A Time for Encouragement – ISAAC Clergy and Community Leaders

Through this Pandemic, May We Be Encouraged. Click to hear ISAAC Clergy and Community Leaders share what passages encourage them during difficult times. Juliana Hafner Joan Hawxhurst Dr. Regena Nelson Miriam Epskamp Apostle Valarie Cunningham Deacon Karen McDonald Maryam Khan Dr. Carolyn Heineman Sofia Ovalle-Lopez

Welcome Galilee Baptist Church!!

We would like to extend a warm welcome to our newest ISAAC Family Member, Galilee Baptist Church! Galilee is a faith in action congregation with involvement in justice work, voting, racial & economic empowerment and service in the community. As a founding Congregation of ISAAC in the early 2000s, under the leadership of Bishop J. […]

Farewell to Rev. Steve Charnley

With a sad, but also loving and glad heart we say farewell to Rev. Steve Charnley! Kalamazoo has been blessed by Reverend Charnley, Pastor of First United Methodist Church. We thank God for his leadership, justice work, prayers & for being a blessing to ISAAC. We send God’s blessings and love to you into retirement, […]

Remembering Travontae Brown

ISAAC is a respectable, responsible, caring group of people who help to lead Kalamazoo in the right direction! They have also helped me get onto the road of success! -Travontae McFerrin-Brown, 2016 Phoenix High School Graduate and KVCC Student Elder Douglas King, What Happens When… What happens when the promise of a young man is tragically […]