How One North Carolina Church Creates Community for Refugees
Missions / refugees

How One North Carolina Church Creates Community for Refugees

By Jennifer Colosimo Sitting just off the main boulevard heading into Fort Bragg in Fayetteville, North Carolina, Snyder Memorial Baptist Church has always had two things: a large military population in their congregation and the harbored connections to the military community that come with it and a heart for missions. They founded Operation Inasmuch in … Continue reading

Porter submits resignation as CBF’s Coordinator of Global Missions
Missions / Newsroom

Porter submits resignation as CBF’s Coordinator of Global Missions

January 11, 2022 By Jeff Huett DECATUR ─ Steven Porter, who has served as the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship’s Coordinator of Global Missions since 2014, has submitted his resignation effective Feb. 28 citing “a stirring toward writing projects and a more direct ministry engagement than the administrative and travel demands of my present role allow.” In … Continue reading

How a San Francisco church creates bigger, better community through giving
Featured / Missions

How a San Francisco church creates bigger, better community through giving

By Jennifer Colosimo The past 20-plus months have seen a lot—much more than a quick list could cover. But one thing we can celebrate amidst the chaos is how many people were able to push through hardships, confusion and logistical nightmares to some sort of silver lining. That includes Nineteenth Avenue Baptist Church, a small … Continue reading

‘Tis the season for presents and presence
CBF Field Personnel / Missions / offering for global missions

‘Tis the season for presents and presence

By Nell Green Perhaps you have noticed that we have a new tagline for the Offering for Global Missions, “Because Presence Matters.” While I was discussing with others the tagline, my four-year-old grandson was in the office playing. He appeared to be absorbed in what he was doing. Suddenly in response to my saying on … Continue reading

Reflecting on Transformation
CBF Field Personnel / Missions / offering for global missions

Reflecting on Transformation

By Anna Anderson I have worn my hair short for over 40 years.  But In 2019, with a college reunion plan and a late year family wedding, I decided I wanted to “do something different with my hair.”   Always, a most certain kiss of death.  You don’t just “do something different” with coarse, thick, naturally … Continue reading

God’s impeccable timing
CBF Field Personnel / Missions / offering for global missions

God’s impeccable timing

By Eddie Aldape One of the many things I love about CBF is our willingness to form partnerships with other ministries.  In our work, we have personally been involved in several ministry opportunities which enabled us to successfully accomplish great things. There are some instances when outsiders might not consider them great; but to the … Continue reading