CBF seeks ‘intervenor’ status in case to defend restrictions on predatory lending
advocacy / Newsroom / Payday

CBF seeks ‘intervenor’ status in case to defend restrictions on predatory lending

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 19, 2018 Media Contacts Aaron Weaver | aweaver@cbf.net | 770-220-1610 Jeff Huett | jhuett@cbf.net |  202-680-4127 DECATUR, Ga. — Continuing its efforts alongside pastors, churches and Global Missions field personnel to reform predatory lending practices, the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship has requested to join litigation to defend a regulation intended to restrict industry … Continue reading

CBF Advocacy Action Team statement of values and principles for immigration reform
advocacy / immigration

CBF Advocacy Action Team statement of values and principles for immigration reform

The following is a statement of values and principles in support of immigration reform developed by the CBF Advocacy Action Team for Immigrants and Refugees. Click here to learn more about the Advocacy Team and see a list of its members. For additional background on the statement, read this July 3 column by Stephen Reeves, CBF’s … Continue reading

Reeves: Join CBF Advocacy to support broad immigration reform
advocacy / immigration

Reeves: Join CBF Advocacy to support broad immigration reform

By Stephen Reeves In recent weeks, many Americans have been shocked by the practice of separating children from their parents as part of the Trump Administration’s “zero tolerance” policy. The tactic was implemented and then rescinded in part to deter other migrants from making the trip north. Many believe it was enacted also to strengthen … Continue reading

CBF Advocacy Update – February 2018
advocacy / General CBF / immigration

CBF Advocacy Update – February 2018

DACA/DREAMers March 5, 2018, is President Trump’s deadline for congress to pass a permanent solution for over 800,000 young immigrants. Each day 122 DREAMers lose their status. On March 5, this number will increase to over 1,000 per day.  We are disappointed that Congress has gone on recess until February 27 and after continual debates … Continue reading

CBF Advocacy expresses disappointment at CFPB decision  to reconsider payday lending rule
advocacy / General CBF / Newsroom / Payday

CBF Advocacy expresses disappointment at CFPB decision to reconsider payday lending rule

January 17, 2018 By Aaron Weaver DECATUR, Ga. — CBF Advocacy leader Stephen K. Reeves expressed disappointment at news that the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, led by acting director Mick Mulvaney who also serves as President Trump’s budget director, plans to reconsider a recent rule to curb payday and auto-title lending. The new rule, which … Continue reading