Faithful even in uncertainty
CBF Field Personnel / COVID-19 / Field Personnel

Faithful even in uncertainty

The following is a reflection from CBF field personnel Annette Ellard, who serves primarily among the Karen population in Louisville, Ky., alongside her husband Steve Clark. You can learn more about their ministries and support their work at www.cbf.net/clark. Because we are called upon to help in all sorts of situations and with all kinds of … Continue reading

In Kentucky as it is in Heaven: CBF field personnel bear witness to Christ among refugees and rural communities
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In Kentucky as it is in Heaven: CBF field personnel bear witness to Christ among refugees and rural communities

By Chris Hughes  On Friday mornings, volunteers set up six-foot folding tables and chairs in the narthex of a church in the south end of Louisville. The church bears the familiar markings of a post-World War II Baptist church, from the plain stained-glass windows to the wood paneling on the walls and ceiling. But the … Continue reading

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Karen community at Crescent Hill to receive briefing from Sen. McConnell

This post comes from Steve Clark and Annette Ellard, CBF field personnel working among Karen refugees in Louisville, Ky. Hi Friends, We are pleased to invite you to a very exciting event this Saturday morning at 10 a.m. at Crescent Hill Baptist Church. U.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell will conduct a special briefing with refugees from … Continue reading

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Ministry among Karen refugees in Louisville to get 15 seconds of fame on CBS Evening News

We’ve received word in the Atlanta Resource Center that the CBS Evening News will air a story tonight at 6:30 p.m. featuring Crescent Hill Baptist Church and many of its members. The story will run in conjunction with Hillary Clinton’s visit to Burma this week. Clinton’s visit to Burma is the first by a United … Continue reading