Are we all really related to Adam and Eve? A Conversation with Dr. S. Joshua Swamidass
Podcast

Are we all really related to Adam and Eve? A Conversation with Dr. S. Joshua Swamidass

By Andy Hale My parents recently jumped on the wave of Ancestory.com and 23 & Me. From a familial perspective, we know where my dad’s side of the family hails. We are as about as Welsh, English, and Scottish as they come. The mystery in our family is my mother’s genealogical linage since she was adopted. We have … Continue reading

How One Church Demonstrates More Effective Crisis Relief in the Form of Backpacks
Disaster Response / Feature / General CBF

How One Church Demonstrates More Effective Crisis Relief in the Form of Backpacks

By Jennifer Colosimo Just over a year ago, First Baptist Church of Dalton, Ga.,  took members on a mission trip to the Florida panhandle to provide relief for those affected by Hurricane Michael. The devastation was immense, and people were left without homes, food, water or much hope. For FBC Dalton, witnessing that immense tragedy … Continue reading

Hurricane Hanna, COVID-19 compound misery across the Rio Grande Valley
COVID-19 / Disaster Response / Fellowship Southwest

Hurricane Hanna, COVID-19 compound misery across the Rio Grande Valley

By Elket Rodríguez Hurricane Hanna left a trail of devastation as it tore through Texas’ Rio Grande Valley near the Gulf of Mexico July 25. Hanna dumped more than 15 inches of rain on the region, severely flooding rural areas and colonias. Hanna’s impetuous winds also wreaked havoc, overturning trailer homes and ripping roofs off … Continue reading

El Huracán Hanna añade miseria a los efectos del COVID-19 en el Valle del Río Grande
COVID-19 / Disaster Response / Espanol

El Huracán Hanna añade miseria a los efectos del COVID-19 en el Valle del Río Grande

Por Elket Rodríguez El huracán Hanna dejó una estela de devastación al pasar el pasado 25 de julio por el Valle del Río Grande de Texas. Hanna arrojó más de 15 pulgadas de lluvia en la región cercana al Golfo de México, inundando severamente las zonas rurales y las colonias. Los impetuosos vientos de Hanna … Continue reading

Desde CBF, Kasey Jones enfocará su liderazgo en alcance y crecimiento.
Espanol / Newsroom

Desde CBF, Kasey Jones enfocará su liderazgo en alcance y crecimiento.

Por Jeff Huett 29 de julio de 2020 DECATUR, Ga. – Kasey Jones, cuyo trabajo actual en el Compañerismo Bautista Cooperativo incluye tanto operaciones administrativas como alcance, comenzará una transición a un rol que centrará su liderazgo en las iniciativas de extensión y crecimiento del Compañerismo, incluído el trabajo de CBF en diversidad racial y … Continue reading

Rio Grande Valley churches adapt ministries to serve suffering neighbors
COVID-19 / Fellowship Southwest

Rio Grande Valley churches adapt ministries to serve suffering neighbors

By Elket Rodríguez COVID-19 not only tests the limits of medical care, economic endurance and society’s willpower, but also congregations’ ability to meet burgeoning needs all around them. Three pastors from Texas’ Rio Grande Valley experience the pandemic’s stress on their churches and communities every day. Ivan De León of Iglesia Vino Nuevo—New Wine Church—in … Continue reading

Delta Hands for Hope Nuances Narratives and Amplifies Assets
COVID-19 / Feature / Together for Hope

Delta Hands for Hope Nuances Narratives and Amplifies Assets

By Grayson Hester The coronavirus is novel. Oppression is not. In the wake of Ohio’s most populated county having declared racism a public health crisis; in the shadow of the Ahmaud Arbery shooting; and in the face of endless barrages of statistics revealing that COVID-19 is disproportionately infecting, hospitalizing and killing black and brown people, … Continue reading

In unprecedented crisis, CBF field personnel finds unprecedented opportunity in North African country
COVID-19 / Feature / Field Personnel

In unprecedented crisis, CBF field personnel finds unprecedented opportunity in North African country

By Sara Crocker  “I’m just so tired of this,” Karen immediately responded when I asked about her experience in quarantine. The North African country in which Karen serves was officially locked down beginning March 20. That lockdown lasted until June 24 when some restrictions began to be slightly lifted. Karen celebrated by taking a picture … Continue reading