CBF Podcast: Why Social Media Divides Us, A Conversation with Douglas Bursch
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CBF Podcast: Why Social Media Divides Us, A Conversation with Douglas Bursch

By Andy Hale We’ve all been there before. We felt passionate about something happening in our world, thumbed a sternly written rant about it, and then hit “Post.” There is a fantastic sense of accomplishment and satisfaction when you have put into words what you felt inside about this thing or that. Except, your thoughts … Continue reading

CBF Podcasts: Abuse Prevention and Response Advocacy & Advocacy for Immigrants and Refugees
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CBF Podcasts: Abuse Prevention and Response Advocacy & Advocacy for Immigrants and Refugees

Abuse Prevention and Response Advocacy with Jay Kieve CBF recently named Jay Kieve, CBF South Carolina coordinator, as the Abuse Prevention and Response Advocate. We sat down with Kieve to discuss this newly created role and his work with congregation in creating a healthy culture for all members by strategically creating policies, procedures, and spiritual … Continue reading

How Your Congregation Can Practice Creation Care & Combat Climate Change
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How Your Congregation Can Practice Creation Care & Combat Climate Change

By Chris West Dr. Donald Colliver’s interest in climate science began during his college years while working with a local electric cooperative where he met people struggling financially. During that time, he realized, ”that energy was a major expenditure and oftentimes wastefully used,” which sparked his interest in energy conservation and renewable alternatives. Today, Don … Continue reading