The Marathon of Recovery Work—CBF Disaster Response continues the work of rebuilding in North Abaco
Disaster Response

The Marathon of Recovery Work—CBF Disaster Response continues the work of rebuilding in North Abaco

By Tyler Ward  Flying into Marsh Harbor on Abaco Island, one gets the impression that something horrible has happened. There are trees, but no leaves. There are buildings, but no walls or roofs. There are roads, but few cars. There are people, but there should be more of them. This is life on Abaco in … Continue reading

Drowning in an Ocean of Depression: A Conversation with Ryan Noel Fraser
Pastoral Care / Podcast

Drowning in an Ocean of Depression: A Conversation with Ryan Noel Fraser

By Andy Hale  Over the past two decades, the use of antidepressants has skyrocketed. One in six Americans now takes an antidepressant medication. Nearly 40% of Americans reported in 2018 that they were more anxious than in the years past. Almost 18% of the American population has an anxiety disorder. Three out of four Americans … Continue reading

Christmas miracle: Construction moves ahead for immigrant respite center
Fellowship Southwest / immigration / refugees

Christmas miracle: Construction moves ahead for immigrant respite center

By Marv Knox BROWNSVILLE, Texas—Construction of an immigrant respite center at Iglesia Bautista West Brownsville is moving forward, thanks to a Christmas miracle of generosity. IB West Brownsville ministers to refugees who pass through Matamoros, Mexico, as they seek asylum in the United States. The U.S. immigration policy requires asylum seekers to “wait in place” … Continue reading