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CBF Executive Coordinator Suzii Paynter on leading a denomi-network
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CBF Executive Coordinator Suzii Paynter on leading a denomi-network

Over at Faith and Leadership, the website of Leadership Education at Duke Divinity School, CBF Executive Coordinator Suzii Paynter is featured in an interview on leading a denomi-network. Check out a snippet below: Q: What excites you about this opportunity, and what worries you? What excites me is the vitality of the individual congregations. Most … Continue reading

A systematic and deliberate dismantling of usury laws — How can this be legal?
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A systematic and deliberate dismantling of usury laws — How can this be legal?

Stephen Reeves, CBF’s associate coordinator for advocacy and partnerships, represented the Fellowship recently at a hearing on predatory lending hosted by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Read our coverage of this event here. Below you will find the remarks that Reeves gave to the bureau at that field hearing in Nashville on March 25: First, … Continue reading

CBF’s Paynter, religious leaders meet with Obama to press for common sense immigration reform
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CBF’s Paynter, religious leaders meet with Obama to press for common sense immigration reform

  April 15, 2014 By Jeff Huett DECATUR, Ga. – Cooperative Baptist Fellowship Executive Coordinator Suzii Paynter was among a small group of faith leaders who met in the Oval Office Tuesday to speak with President Barack Obama about the efforts of the religious community to support immigration reform and ask that he keep the … Continue reading

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Global Missions + Global Church Engagement = Our Greater Mission Enterprise

By Suzii Paynter When I arrived a year ago at the doorstep of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship, I thought the very first thing that I would do is seek a Global Missions coordinator. Thankfully, I was spared the impulse. We are witnessing genuinely relevant and powerfully spiritual forces for global engagement in every corner of … Continue reading