For International Migrant Day, nine immigrants’ stories
Fellowship Southwest / immigration

For International Migrant Day, nine immigrants’ stories

This Friday, Dec. 18, is International Migrants Day. To help us understand immigrants, Fellowship Southwest’s Elket Rodríguez interviewed nine Christian immigrants in different stages of their immigration process. These immigrants represent different countries, races, ethnicities and religious traditions. Some are asylum seekers living in migrant shelters in Mexico, just across the southern border of the … Continue reading

CBF Podcast: A Conversation with Guthrie Graves-Fitzsimmons
Podcast

CBF Podcast: A Conversation with Guthrie Graves-Fitzsimmons

By Andy Hale One of the greatest joys of cutting cable is not dealing with the Election year propaganda commercials. The othering, the deception and the scapegoating are just insane. And what’s the point of theses ads anyway? Do they really sway an undecided voter’s perspective? Moreover, if obvious misleading political ads convince you, how … Continue reading

CBF Podcast: Kara Powell, Faith in an Anxious World
COVID-19 / Podcast / young Baptists / Youth ministry

CBF Podcast: Kara Powell, Faith in an Anxious World

By Andy Hale “When I was a kid, we had to walk to school in the snow, over three mountains, and with grizzly bears on the loose,” we have all had that conversation before with our parents and grandparents. Every generation thinks they had it more challenging than the generation after them. And yet, this … Continue reading

I Think You’re Wrong (But I’m Listening), A Conversation with Beth Silvers & Sarah Stewart Holland
Podcast

I Think You’re Wrong (But I’m Listening), A Conversation with Beth Silvers & Sarah Stewart Holland

By Andy Hale It is election week. The tension is palpable. The stress is high. The division is evident. Whatever happens on Tuesday night, and more likely over the coming weeks, Americans face a new chapter. The unease by which we look at this next chapter, no matter who is elected, is that we have … Continue reading