Supporting the Family Responsibilities of Church Workers
advocacy / Justice and Peacemaking Ministries

Supporting the Family Responsibilities of Church Workers

CBF Advocacy engages in issue advocacy most often as a member of larger coalitions. The Faith for Just Lending coalition and the Evangelical Immigration Table are two such examples. Occasionally, we will highlight the good work of one of our coalition partners in an issue area which we have yet to fully engage. By doing … Continue reading

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

Justice and Peacemaking Ministries / Missions / Student.Go

Student.Go – Words from the World – Jeanne Cross

This summer Student.Go personnel have served in 19 locations around the world. Duke Divinity School student, Jeanne Cross, lived and served with CBF field personnel Cindy and Ryan Clark in Baguio City, Philippines. Through Student.Go, I had the privilege of ministering among those registered to prostitute in Baguio City, Philippines this summer. I received the gift … Continue reading

Justice and Peacemaking Ministries / Missions / Poverty & Transformation Ministries / Student.Go

Student.Go – Words from the World – Taylor Bell

This summer Student.Go personnel have served in 19 locations around the world. Samford University student, Taylor Bell, lived and worked  with the The Stewart Center serving  the Reynoldstown and Pittsburgh communities of Atlanta, GA.     I spent this past summer serving as a camp counselor at the Stewart Center in Atlanta, Georgia. My day … Continue reading