Plundering Our Planet: A Lament for the past and hope for redemption
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Plundering Our Planet: A Lament for the past and hope for redemption

By Rev. Michelle Carroll, Associate Pastor of Missions, First Baptist Church on St. Clair, Frankfort, KY Over the next few weeks, officials from 197 nations around the world are gathering in Egypt for COP27. This is the 27th Conference of the Parties (COP27) of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), founded in … Continue reading

Energy Through English
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Energy Through English

By Dianne McNary, Cooperative Baptist Fellowship field personnel The English language discussion club, meeting at the State Scientific Library in Kosice, recently began in-person meetings again. After more than two years of virtual meetings, it was odd to walk back into our meeting space—to see members who have become friends through the years and to … Continue reading

Minister to ministers: Michael Cheuk recognized for racial justice work in Charlottesville
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Minister to ministers: Michael Cheuk recognized for racial justice work in Charlottesville

By Chris Hughes Outside the brick walls of the historic First United Methodist Church in Charlottesville, Va., chaos was rising to a fever pitch. White nationalists and white supremacists by the hundreds were rallying throughout the quaint college town to protest the removal of a statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee. They proudly brandished … Continue reading