CBF Field Personnel / General CBF / Internationals Ministries / Justice and Peacemaking Ministries / Missions

Faith and Freedom

“I will help with the event, but I won’t go on the tour. I can’t handle that,” the woman told me after we had finished a short presentation about human trafficking in Houston. We are preparing with South Main Baptist Church in Houston, Texas to host an awareness event regarding trafficking. A key portion of … Continue reading

From Prostitution to Victimization: 3 Ways to Make a Difference
CBF Field Personnel / General CBF / Internationals Ministries / Justice and Peacemaking Ministries

From Prostitution to Victimization: 3 Ways to Make a Difference

By Nell Green, CBF field personnel The first time I walked down this street, it was by accident. We were relatively new to the city. I enjoy ferreting out the various markets and shopping possibilities in cities we where we have lived. Brussels was no different. So here we are, a family of four rummaging … Continue reading

General CBF / Internationals Ministries / Student.Go

Student.Go-er reflects on ministering with Karen internationals in Oakland, Calif.

 This post is by Chelsie “Buffy” Buffington, Student.Go summer missionary working with Karen internationals in Oakland, CA Summer 2013 “And I could hold on, I could hold on to who I am and never let You change me from the inside.  And I could be safe, I could be safe here in Your arms and … Continue reading

Internationals Ministries / Missions / Student.Go

Student.Go – Words from the World 2013 – Ashleigh Bugg

This summer, college and graduate students served in 18 locations around the world through CBF’s Student.Go program.  This fall, Student.Go-ers will be at work in 8 locations. This is the first in a series of blogs from these students.  Ashleigh Bugg served this summer with refugee families in Fort Worth, Texas.  She worked alongside CBF field personnel … Continue reading