General Assembly attendees to vote Friday on Governing Board proposal to adjust 2020-2021 budget process
Assembly 2020 / COVID-19 / Newsroom

General Assembly attendees to vote Friday on Governing Board proposal to adjust 2020-2021 budget process

By Jeff Huett DECATUR, Ga. – Cooperative Baptists attending the virtual 2020 CBF General Assembly will vote Friday morning on a proposal by the CBF Governing Board for a one-time delay in the preparation of the Fellowship’s annual ministry and mission budget. At 10:30 a.m. Friday, the Governing Board will ask the General Assembly to … Continue reading

CBF celebrates Juneteenth by launching fund to support racial equity work
Newsroom / racial justice / Racial Reconciliation

CBF celebrates Juneteenth by launching fund to support racial equity work

June 19, 2020 By Jeff Huett DECATUR, Ga.—On the annual day of celebration of emancipation from slavery in United States, the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship in partnership with the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship Foundation, is launching a fund and a campaign to support the current and long-term racial justice and inclusion work of the Fellowship. The fund … Continue reading

Líderes de CBF celebran la decisión de la Corte Suprema sobre DACA, el llamado a la acción del Congreso
advocacy / Espanol / immigration / refugees

Líderes de CBF celebran la decisión de la Corte Suprema sobre DACA, el llamado a la acción del Congreso

Líderes del Compañerismo Bautista Cooperativo (CBF) respaldaron la decisión de la Corte Suprema de los Estados Unidos del 18 de junio que paraliza la deportación de unos 700,000 residentes que llegaron a los Estados Unidos cuando eran niños y que han sido protegidos de la deportación por la Acción Diferida para la Llegada a la … Continue reading

Patricia Wilson to become CBF Moderator-Elect at virtual General Assembly
Assembly 2020 / Newsroom

Patricia Wilson to become CBF Moderator-Elect at virtual General Assembly

June 17, 2020 By Aaron Weaver DECATUR, Ga.— A Baylor University law professor and lay leader deeply involved in CBF is the nominee to become the next Moderator-Elect for the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship at the upcoming virtual General Assembly, June 25-26. The CBF Nominating Committee has selected Patricia Wilson to serve as Moderator-Elect in 2020-2021. … Continue reading

Voting as an act of faith? Conversations from 2020’s Advocacy in Action, Part 2
advocacy / Podcast

Voting as an act of faith? Conversations from 2020’s Advocacy in Action, Part 2

By Andy Hale  “She’s not a Christian, so no I can’t vote for her,” “He’s a good Christian man,” “She has good Christian values,” or “There is no way that he’s a Christian if he supports ____,” are common talking points among Evangelical voters. Among Evangelicals in American, the faith affiliation of prospective political candidates … Continue reading

America in Crisis: White Silence, Black Suffering, Protest and Transformation; BSK Offers 6-Week Workshop
racial justice / Racial Reconciliation

America in Crisis: White Silence, Black Suffering, Protest and Transformation; BSK Offers 6-Week Workshop

What is going on right now? Where do we go from here? The United States is in a moment of chaos. Communities are divided along racial lines, and there is disagreement and division everywhere. Protests against racially targeted arrests and killings, police brutality, and racist public policy are rapidly increasing across the nation. Many are … Continue reading

CBF Stories: Young Leader to Know Liz Britt
Assembly 2020 / COVID-19 / women in ministry / young Baptists

CBF Stories: Young Leader to Know Liz Britt

In this special series of the CBF Stories Podcast, you’ll hear from some of the 25 Leaders to Know for 2020. Each year the CBF Ministries Council recognizes 25 Young Leaders to know as part of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship’s ongoing investment in young Baptists. This year features graduate students and seminarians, continuing their education … Continue reading

For the sake of our souls
Fellowship Southwest / immigration / racial justice / Racial Reconciliation

For the sake of our souls

By Elket Rodríguez The voice speaking through my phone carried me to the side of a brother in the faith. He is Cuban, black and seeking U.S. citizenship. He called to ask a sad question that reflects our times: “How can I protect myself from police intervention?” His question provoked tears as I reflected on … Continue reading