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CBF-endorsed U.S. Army Africa Chaplain Charles Reynolds gives hope in Ebola-stricken Liberia
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CBF-endorsed U.S. Army Africa Chaplain Charles Reynolds gives hope in Ebola-stricken Liberia

Cooperative Baptist Fellowship-endorsed chaplain Col. Charles Reynolds is serving in Liberia as Senior Chaplain for U.S. Army Africa — the command that is providing support in Liberia to Operation United Assistance to contain the outbreak of the Ebola virus. In Liberia, Chaplain Reynolds is being the presence of Christ to personnel from the U.S. Agency … Continue reading

CBF encourages financial support for its Ebola crisis response
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CBF encourages financial support for its Ebola crisis response

October 30, 2014 By Aaron Weaver DECATUR, Ga. — The Cooperative Baptist Fellowship is partnering with the Baptist World Alliance (BWA) to address the Ebola crisis in Liberia and other West Africa countries, providing emergency support for food, medicines, medical equipment, educational materials, prevention training and sanitation supplies to stop the spread of the deadly … Continue reading

Recap: CBF celebrates Pastoral Care Week
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Recap: CBF celebrates Pastoral Care Week

Since 1985, the Congress on Ministries in Specialized Settings (COMISS) has celebrated Pastoral Care Week. This week-long observance provides opportunities to highlight the important ministries of pastoral counselors and chaplains around the world. This year’s theme – Spiritual Well-Being – highlights the role of these caregivers in supporting and inspiring the spiritual well-being of ourselves … Continue reading

Church Benefits Board: “Don’t wait to investigate your 2015 Health Care Options”
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Church Benefits Board: “Don’t wait to investigate your 2015 Health Care Options”

By Gary Skeen Don’t wait to investigate your 2015 Health Care Options “Fortune favors the prepared,” Louis Pasteur If there are two messages I have for church leaders, pastors and staff about Healthcare in 2015, it’s these: your decision-making time is shorter this year, basically between now and December 15, and doing nothing or using … Continue reading