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The Inclusive Church for the Neurodiverse and Persons of All Abilities, Featuring Christy Edwards
General CBF / Podcast

The Inclusive Church for the Neurodiverse and Persons of All Abilities, Featuring Christy Edwards

Do you think you have an inclusive church? Are your members and ministry staff prepared to ministry to and with the neurodiverse and those of varied abilities? What about advocating for their needs and rights?  The CBF Podcast hosted a workshop at this summer’s General Assembly in Dallas with a focus on the inclusive church … Continue reading

Such a Time as This
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Such a Time as This

By John Mark Boes In recent weeks, we have seen devastating flooding in eastern Kentucky, another mass shooting at an elementary school in Uvalde, TX (not to mention mass shootings elsewhere), continued war in Ukraine and across the globe, the ever-increasing scourge of hunger, and migrants continue to arrive at our southern border. In the … Continue reading

The Impact of Abundant Life, Continued: Rosalie’s Story
CBF Field Personnel / Featured

The Impact of Abundant Life, Continued: Rosalie’s Story

By Chris Hughes For Rosalie, the journey from the Congo to Fort Worth, Texas, has been filled with many obstacles and setbacks. But God’s providence and the faithful presence of supportive people along the way has made all the difference. “God has sent so many people in my life. That’s how I’ve experienced God’s love,” … Continue reading

Carrie Harris begins new role as Director of Fellowship Experiences
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Carrie Harris begins new role as Director of Fellowship Experiences

August 1, 2022 By CBF Communications A longtime staff member who has served the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship for nearly eight years has been named CBF’s new Director of Fellowship Experiences. Carrie Harris, who previously has served in CBF Identity roles focused on marketing and communications, begins work this month to coordinate all CBF experiences, including … Continue reading

Amid Fallout, Presence Persists: Chaouki and Maha Boulos Minister in Lebanon
CBF Field Personnel

Amid Fallout, Presence Persists: Chaouki and Maha Boulos Minister in Lebanon

By Grayson Hester As the crisis in Ukraine continues to dominate headlines and millions of refugees travel across Europe, American readers would be forgiven for forgetting the other ongoing crises we face. There’s the pandemic, of course. And, when we have the wherewithal, we can consider the climate crisis, existential in its escalation. But what … Continue reading

“Have you Eaten?”: Reflections on the “Bread for the World” Advocacy Summit
advocacy / Poverty & Transformation Ministries

“Have you Eaten?”: Reflections on the “Bread for the World” Advocacy Summit

By David Deulofeu-Antunez When we think of poverty and hunger, what images come to mind? For many years, this question evoked images of absolute poverty and starvation. It reminded me of images of global south countries, like Haïti after the 2010 earthquake, or of my own native Cuba during the period especial, a euphemism the … Continue reading