CBF Field Personnel / Education Ministries

A tapestry of love for God’s children

The following post is from Trey Lyon, a CBF field personnel serving in Atlanta. You can read more about Trey and his wife, Jen’s ministry in this month’s edition of the fellowship! magazine. Throughout the week, we will be featuring blogs on Trey and Jen’s ministry at Park Avenue Baptist Church, particularly through their after … Continue reading

CBF Field Personnel / Education Ministries / General CBF / Internationals Ministries / Missions

There is a God!

Glenda Reece is the Interim Minister to Internationals at Forest Hills Baptist Church in Raleigh, NC. With multiple congregations from different cultural backgrounds, Forest Hills is accustomed to welcoming the nations who have come to Raleigh seeking their future. Reece has a long history of involvement with Internationals in the communities where she has lived … Continue reading

Education Ministries / General CBF

CBF partner expanding Latina Leadership program

This post comes from Maegan Gatlin of BUA Communications. SAN ANTONIO, TX – The Latina Leadership Institute (LLI) in San Antonio has gone coastal. The program, which receives funding from CBF of Texas, recently held it’s first session in Sophia, N.C. “This is first time we have offered training outside Texas so we are really excited,” LLI … Continue reading

Education Ministries / General CBF / Internationals Ministries / Missions

Someone for Kanazawa

Dale, Dana, and Nathan Huckabay were a typical family, living a typical life in Henrietta, Oklahoma. Dale served as a bi-vocational pastor, splitting his time between his local church and the Oklahoma Department of Human Resources. Dana worked as a consultant for Weight Watchers International. Nathan was finishing his senior year in high school. All in all, … Continue reading

Economic Development Ministries / Education Ministries / Justice and Peacemaking Ministries / Poverty & Transformation Ministries

Micro Enterprise Development: Stability Matters

Economic stability matters.  Tell me your favorite global issue and I bet economic stability for families is a fundamental part of the solution.  Are you passionate about global health?  Families with economic stability see the doctor.  Perhaps your heart is devoted to stopping hunger.  Families with economic stability eat.  Education?  Economically stable families send their … Continue reading