CBF seeks ‘intervenor’ status in case to defend restrictions on predatory lending
advocacy / Newsroom / Payday

CBF seeks ‘intervenor’ status in case to defend restrictions on predatory lending

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 19, 2018 Media Contacts Aaron Weaver | aweaver@cbf.net | 770-220-1610 Jeff Huett | jhuett@cbf.net |  202-680-4127 DECATUR, Ga. — Continuing its efforts alongside pastors, churches and Global Missions field personnel to reform predatory lending practices, the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship has requested to join litigation to defend a regulation intended to restrict industry … Continue reading

CBF Disaster Response begins assessing damage, planning response to Hurricane Florence
Disaster Response / Hurricane Florence / Newsroom

CBF Disaster Response begins assessing damage, planning response to Hurricane Florence

UPDATE 9/16/18 The following is a message from Rick Burnette, director of U.S. Disaster Response for the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship.  CBF Disaster Response continues to monitor the ongoing effects of Tropical Depression Florence in the Carolinas as well as Virginia. In consultation with CBF of North Carolina and local congregations, Alan Williams, CBF’s Disaster Response Specialist, … Continue reading

CBF Disaster Response monitors Hurricane Florence forecast track
Disaster Response / Hurricane Florence

CBF Disaster Response monitors Hurricane Florence forecast track

The following is a message from Rick Burnette, director of U.S. Disaster Response for the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship.  CBF Disaster Response is monitoring updates on the forecast track of Hurricane Florence with effects expected to extend from the coastal Carolinas and further inland including portions of the Mid-Atlantic states.  The storm’s expected impact includes strong … Continue reading

Flat Wrong
Fellowship! Magazine / Suzii Paynter

Flat Wrong

By Suzii Paynter Recently, a church consultant in the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship constellation critiqued our Fellowship, writing that a “large-scale missions model based on career missionaries has proven to be too expensive and too difficult to maintain.” Since this consultant explicitly named CBF Global Missions, I have to reply, “Friend, you are flat wrong!” First, … Continue reading