CBF firma un pacto histórico con Iglesias Bautistas de Puerto Rico
La Familia / Missions / Puerto Rico

CBF firma un pacto histórico con Iglesias Bautistas de Puerto Rico

Por Caleb Mynatt El pasado 4 de marzo, el Compañerismo Bautista Cooperativo (CBF, por sus siglas en inglés) y su red latina, FAMILIA, firmaron un Pacto de Relación Misional con las Iglesias Bautistas de Puerto Rico. El pacto allana el camino para que CBF y las Iglesias Bautistas de Puerto Rico (IBPR) comiencen oficialmente una … Continue reading

A Cord of Three Strands: CBF weaves durable response to Ukrainian crisis
Featured / Missions / Ukraine 2022

A Cord of Three Strands: CBF weaves durable response to Ukrainian crisis

By Marv Knox The Cooperative Baptist Fellowship has woven biblical wisdom—“a cord of three strands is not quickly torn apart” (Ecclesiastes 4:12)—into its response to war in Ukraine. When Russia attacked Ukraine, the Fellowship braided together three resources for compassionate ministry:  It quickly deployed Europe-based field personnel to support relief for Ukrainian refugees and internally … Continue reading

Stella Perrin gives her best gift to Ukrainian refugees; she hears them
Missions / Ukraine 2022

Stella Perrin gives her best gift to Ukrainian refugees; she hears them

By Marv Knox Mission projects often require volunteers to do all kinds of activities. During Stella Perrin’s recent trip to serve Ukrainian war refugees in Moldova, she did what she does best. She listened. Perrin participated in typical mission-trip projects—caring for children, cleaning up after meals, attending worship and even landscaping. But she also ministered … Continue reading

Presence, Perseverance, Prayer and a Project: Lucien’s story
Featured / Missions / offering for global missions

Presence, Perseverance, Prayer and a Project: Lucien’s story

By Grayson Hester Lucien, better known by his church community as Dyak (“deacon” in Haitian Creole) has witnessed enormous change in the three years since his story was featured on the CBFblog. For one, Lucien’s home of Haiti has endured crisis after crisis in the last year alone—from the assassination of its president, Jovenel Moïse, … Continue reading