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CBF coordinates ecumenical, nonpartisan ministry to immigrant caravan
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CBF coordinates ecumenical, nonpartisan ministry to immigrant caravan

By Marv Knox  Pastors and ministry leaders on both sides of the Mexico-United States border are gearing up to meet the physical and spiritual needs of the immigrant caravan that began in Latin America and now is marching through Mexico toward the United States. A coalition of churches on both sides of the border, including … Continue reading

CBF and Baptist Forum for Aid Development provide relief and recovery in Indonesia
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CBF and Baptist Forum for Aid Development provide relief and recovery in Indonesia

By Eddy Ruble A major 7.5 magnitude earthquake struck the coastal city of Palu, Indonesia, at dusk on September 28, causing a devastating triple disaster. The shallow earthquake created an intense shake force that collapsed two high rise hotels with near full occupancy, a shopping mall, and the newly-built hospital. Tens of thousands of homes were … Continue reading

Register today for ChurchWorks 2019
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Register today for ChurchWorks 2019

CBF’s ChurchWorks conference creates space each February for congregational ministers of education and spiritual formation to be equipped for the journey through creativity, community and worship. ChurchWorks 2019 will focus on sharing the love of Christ by battling injustice, exclusion and marginalization in our communities. Join your colleagues February 25-27, 2019, at Third Baptist Church in … Continue reading

CBF’s Paynter releases statement following Pittsburgh synagogue massacre
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CBF’s Paynter releases statement following Pittsburgh synagogue massacre

October 28, 2018 By CBF Communications DECATUR, Ga. — Cooperative Baptist Fellowship Executive Coordinator Suzii Paynter released the statement below following the murder of at least 11 congregants and wounding of four police officers and two others inside the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh. “We begin our morning prayers with tears and lament for … Continue reading