Blessed to be Salt and Light
CBF Field Personnel / Field Personnel / Missions / refugees

Blessed to be Salt and Light

Over the next weeks and months, the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship will be sharing reflections from our CBF field personnel serving around the world. These are stories of impact and outreach, Gospel-sharing and relationship building, long-term presence and abundant love. The following is a reflection from CBF field personnel Rick Sample, who serves with internationals in … Continue reading

The Impact of Hope & Hospitality: Moussa’s Story
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The Impact of Hope & Hospitality: Moussa’s Story

By Melissa Browning As an electrical engineer in Iraq, Moussa had it all. With a successful career working in the public and private sector, Moussa was at the top of his profession. He was a successful, educated man with a family whom he loved. Then war broke out in Iraq. Moussa and his family fled … Continue reading

A Critical Juncture for Interreligious Dialogue: A Conversation with Dr. Najeeba Syeed
Podcast

A Critical Juncture for Interreligious Dialogue: A Conversation with Dr. Najeeba Syeed

By Andy Hale As if it wasn’t obvious, we are not exactly in the most unified time in America’s existence. And when you zoom out, the entire globe isn’t exactly at peace with one another. We have factioned ourselves into divisive categories over political allegiance and cultural perspectives. There are very clear and alienated worldviews … Continue reading

General CBF / Missions

A book review:Faiths in conflict?: Christian integrity in a multicultural world

Ramachandra, Vinoth. 1999. Faiths in conflict?: Christian integrity in a multicultural world. Downers Grove, Ill: InterVarsity Press. Dr. Vinoth Ramachandra, Secretary for Dialogue and Social Engagement (Asia) for International Fellowship of Evangelical Students (IFES), lives in Sri Lanka.  Dr Ramachandra holds bachelors and doctoral degrees in nuclear engineering from the University of London.  In 1980, … Continue reading