Ready to Catch: During COVID-19 pandemic, CBF field personnel in Spain support refugees walking the tightrope of life in a new home
CBF Field Personnel / COVID-19 / Feature / Fellowship! Magazine

Ready to Catch: During COVID-19 pandemic, CBF field personnel in Spain support refugees walking the tightrope of life in a new home

By Joshua Hearne It’s hard to learn to speak another language when you’re walking a tightrope. But, unnoticed by nearly everyone, Sabina, Yazan and Maira were doing their best. As refugees in Barcelona fleeing religious persecution in Pakistan, the family was on a precarious path between the world they knew and the world for which … Continue reading

CBF Podcast: Jemar Tisby, How to Fight Racism  
Podcast / racial justice

CBF Podcast: Jemar Tisby, How to Fight Racism  

By Andy Hale We have all experienced or are experiencing it: the feeling of grievance, anger, and rightness that injustice cannot stand. For many, those powerful emotions are quickly accompanied by feelings of immobility and frustration because we don’t actually know what to do about it. Racism is a systemic problem in America. For those … Continue reading

How VeggieTales Still Forms Me
Leadership Scholars / women in ministry / young Baptists

How VeggieTales Still Forms Me

By Brittany Darst-Hermsen Edwards Halfway through the semester, halfway through graduate school, I sat idling in miles-long gridlock. I listlessly began to scroll through Spotify. Desperate, my bleary subconscious tossed me up a Hail Mary: a song I hadn’t heard in decades. I searched it with a chuckle and smirk. Before long, my traffic neighbors … Continue reading

Migration: A world of stories
immigration

Migration: A world of stories

By Rubén Ortiz Our eyes and ears never get a break. Continual sight and sound revolve around the border crisis. Headlines follow one another; news flashes and press conferences interrupt our daily lives. Expert opinions multiply, while solutions diminish. Politicians, logisticians, religious leaders and activists visit the Southern border. They all clamor to be correct … Continue reading