The Impact of Abundant Life: Nabeha and Hanin’s Story
Featured / Fellowship! Magazine / Field Personnel / offering for global missions

The Impact of Abundant Life: Nabeha and Hanin’s Story

By Blake Tommey For Nabeha and her daughter Hanin, the most painful part of immigrating to the United States was leaving their family behind in Iraq. “Always, I’m thinking about our family—my sister, brother, nephews, nieces,” Nabeha said. Like many Iraqi refugees, Nabeha worked as a contract translator for the U.S. Army, helping military personnel … Continue reading

The Ruth Project: Building Bridges and Empowering Immigrants in Fort Worth
advocacy / immigration

The Ruth Project: Building Bridges and Empowering Immigrants in Fort Worth

By Ashleigh Bugg Since 2017, Ruth Project: Immigrant Services has served over 400 immigrant families with low-cost legal immigration, social services and educational forums on relevant immigration topics. The Ruth Project in collaboration with Iglesia Bautista Victoria en Cristo in Fort Worth, Texas, aims to build bridges and empower immigrants. “Through our ministry, we have … Continue reading

2012 General Assembly / General CBF

General Assembly main sessions to be streamed live online

Nine days from now if you’re not in Fort Worth for CBF’s General Assembly, you can still experience part of this exciting annual gathering. The five main sessions from the event will be broadcast live online. At http://www.thefellowship.info/fortworth you can watch the sessions live and access other news coverage from the event, including photos, blogs, stories and … Continue reading