2010 General Assembly / General CBF

A different kind of “family” reunion

  Past, present and future CBF field personnel gathered today for the first annual Missions Picnic to share a meal with the CBF “missions family” – more than 400 of their closest friends, family and supporters.  As CBF Global Missions Coordinator Rob Nash prayed over the meal, he acknowledged the inspirational commitment that these missionaries and … Continue reading

2010 General Assembly / General CBF

“Post-denominational” nonsense

While some pundits are touting an era of “post-denomination” or even “post-church,” author Alan J. Roxburgh says, “That’s utter nonsense!” “God must have this amazing sense of humor because one of the most vibrant places of revival and renewal today is in the Anglican Church,” Roxburg told a crowd nearing 200 at the Wednesday afternoon auxillary Leadership Institute. … Continue reading

2010 General Assembly / General CBF

‘We minister with – not to and not for’

That’s the message Jason Williams wanted college students to hear more than anything else. Jason – along with several others – are members of Hyaets, an intentional Christian community in a low-income, at-risk area of Charlotte, N.C. On Tuesday, Jason and Hyaets hosted about 20 college students participating in the “Charlotte Sessions,” a missional experience … Continue reading