Supporting survivors and nurturing self-care
CBF Field Personnel / COVID-19 / Field Personnel / Field Personnel Columns / General CBF / Healthcare Ministries / Missions

Supporting survivors and nurturing self-care

By Cindy Ruble The women’s advocacy center with whom I partner in Asia has seen a 58 percent increase in their hotline calls regarding domestic violence, adult sexual assault, child sexual abuse and relationship issues since the pandemic began.  Hotline calls from outside our region more than doubled as the center’s online presence increased on … Continue reading

CBF field personnel Eddie and Macarena Aldape share faith & friendship to immigrants in Albacete, Spain
CBF Field Personnel / COVID-19 / Featured / immigration / Internationals Ministries / Missions / refugees

CBF field personnel Eddie and Macarena Aldape share faith & friendship to immigrants in Albacete, Spain

By Caleb Mynatt For nearly two decades, CBF field personnel Eddie and Macarena Aldape have made a career of showing hospitality and love to the people who need it most. Just ask Isabel Garcia. As a refugee from Latin America, Garcia and her children fled to Spain in search of a better life. Between political … Continue reading

A Prayer & Thanks for Healthcare Workers
COVID-19 / General CBF / Leadership Scholars / Prayers / women in ministry / young Baptists

A Prayer & Thanks for Healthcare Workers

By Hannah Moody Throughout this pandemic, all have been affected. No matter one’s background or social standing, each of us has been affected. Coronavirus is relentless that way, not caring where you are, who you are, anything. If not physically, you have likely been affected mentally, emotionally, financially and spiritually.  I know my own stress … Continue reading

CBF Latino Network Partners to Host Migrant and Refugee Campaign “As Born Among Us”
COVID-19 / immigration

CBF Latino Network Partners to Host Migrant and Refugee Campaign “As Born Among Us”

By CBF Familia April 14-16, a group of 144 individuals from 65 organizations in over 18 countries in North America joined together virtually to talk about the migration crisis and how people of faith can be equipped to help serve and walk alongside the migrant and refugee community in the Northern Triangle (Mexico, U.S., and Central … Continue reading

La Red Latina de la CBF se asocia a organizaciones latinoamericanas para celebrar eventos para  migrantes y refugiados en el marco de la campaña “Como Nacido Entre Nosotros”
COVID-19 / Espanol / immigration

La Red Latina de la CBF se asocia a organizaciones latinoamericanas para celebrar eventos para migrantes y refugiados en el marco de la campaña “Como Nacido Entre Nosotros”

Los días 14 y 16 de abril de este año, un grupo de 144 personas de 65 organizaciones de más de 18 países en América del Norte se reunieron de manera virtual para conversar sobre la crisis migratoria y cómo las personas de fe pueden equiparse para ayudar, servir y caminar junto a la comunidad … Continue reading

Third Phase of Theological Conversations between the Baptist World Alliance and the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity Resumes Work Virtually
COVID-19 / General CBF

Third Phase of Theological Conversations between the Baptist World Alliance and the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity Resumes Work Virtually

June 14, 2021 Communiqué prepared by Rev Dr Steven R. Harmon and Rev Avelino Gonzalez-Ferrer Boiling Springs, North Carolina – Phase III of international ecumenical conversations between the Baptist World Alliance (BWA) and the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity, which experienced a hiatus in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, resumed its work virtually … Continue reading

CBF Field Personnel and Community Partners Provide Vaccine Drive for Refugee and Immigrant Community in Raleigh, N.C.
COVID-19 / Field Personnel / refugees

CBF Field Personnel and Community Partners Provide Vaccine Drive for Refugee and Immigrant Community in Raleigh, N.C.

By Caleb Mynatt A vaccine drive organized by CBF field personnel Marc and Kim Wyatt and the Wake County Health Department gave over 30 people their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine on Saturday, May 15. The event, which was held under tents in a local neighborhood, sought to give access to the refugee and … Continue reading