General CBF

Celebrating Newly Approved Field Personnel

This past October, after months of discernment, interviews, conversations and questions, six individuals were approved for service as new Global Missions field personnel.  They chose us and we chose them.  They will be working over the coming months to raise the financial support needed for their ministries and will be commissioned as field personnel at our General Assembly in June 2013.

We are pleased and honored to introduce these amazing people to you:

Carson and Laura Foushee (2)

Carson and Laura Foushee will be serving  in Kanazawa, Japan in partnership with the Japan Baptist Convention. They will build relationships and provide congregational leadership alongside the Kanazawa Baptist Church in Kanazawa and Toyama Koizumi-cho Baptist Church in Toyama. They also will assist in English language teaching opportunities with the Kanazawa Baptist kindergarten students and others in the community interested in gaining English language skills.

The Foushees are both originally from North Carolina and are graduates of the McAfee School of Theology in Atlanta, GA.  They currently reside in Macon ,GA where Laura serves as Associate Coordinator with CBF of Georgia and Carson is an Admissions Counselor with Mercer University.

Drew S. Phillips (2) Drew Phillips is the Community Outreach Coordinator and Chaplain at the Christian Activity Center in East St. Louis, IL, which provides holistic growth and learning opportunities to children, youth and families in that city.  He will continue his service there as field personnel with CBF and will be a part of our Urban Team.  Drew is a Missouri native and a graduate of Campbell University’s School of Divinity.  He feels specifically called to urban ministry and is excited about this relationship with CBF and with our Urban Team.  He is eager to share with CBF congregations regarding opportunities to serve and partner with The Christian Activities Center.

Jeanne Cross (2)

Jeanne Cross will be work in anti human trafficking ministries in Malaysia.  She will network with local and international NGOs to coordinate campaigns, facilitate workshops, create resources, and advocate for trafficking victims to advance awareness of human trafficking and aid its victims. Jeanne will graduate in May with both an MSW from the University of North Carolina and a MDiv from Duke University.  She is originally from Alabama.

Bill and Noy Peeler (2)

Bill and Noy Peeler have spent their lives together serving in various capacities to share the Gospel among the people of Cambodia.  They will continue to pursue that calling as CBF field personnel serving in Cambodia as church planters and church planter trainers.  Bill is a native of Florida, Noy of Cambodia.  They currently live in Tucker, GA.  Bill is a graduate of the New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary and Noy is a graduate of Boyce College.

To give to the ministries of these and other self-funded field personnel, click here.

 

 

One thought on “Celebrating Newly Approved Field Personnel

  1. Greetings in the name of Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior,

    PRAY FOR PASTOR HARUNI MINISTRIES

    I am writing to introduce myself to you in relation to my letter that I sent to you through email in which I was requesting for a used projector as well as for the possibility of ministering together in Morogoro region.

    My name is Pastor Haruni Chiyawi, working with the Baptist Church in Morogoro. I worked with Pastor David Masalu and a missionary Raphael Boyle. We ministered together amongst Masai and non Masai as well here in Morogoro. We also worked together in teaching and preaching in primary schools in connection to True Love Wait philosophy.

    My request to you to work together is partly based on the fact that since Pastor David Masalu left Morogoro there has been a considerable gap for the ministry amongst Maasais who most of them are atheists. This is because we were using Pastor Masalu’s projector for mission work amongst Masai and I was working to him as Timothy worked to Paul,to use the picture.

    So, this introductory email comes to you with request for you to consider rejuvenating the work in Morogoro region.

    With thanks

    Pastor Haruni Chiyawileadership.

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