Baugh Center for Baptist Leadership
The Eula Mae and John Baugh Center for Baptist Leadership at Mercer University offers academic programs and promotes research initiatives that bring students, professors, pastors and other Baptist leaders into collaborative relationships. It also attracts Baptist leaders and emerging leaders from around the world for conferences, sabbatical leaves, and to pursue research and educational programs. The Baugh Center draws on the resources housed on Mercer’s Cecil B. Day campus in Atlanta, such as the national offices for the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship, the American Baptist Historical Society, the James and Carolyn McAfee School of Theology, the Center for Theology and Public Life, as well as other programs throughout the University.
To develop Christ-like Baptist leaders for church and society