Brothers in Christ, Navarro and Knox bond to serve immigrants
Fellowship Southwest / immigration / refugees

Brothers in Christ, Navarro and Knox bond to serve immigrants

By Elket Rodríguez In the parable of the Good Samaritan, Jesus demonstrates the power of compassion to transcend ethnic and religious differences. Now, 2,000 years later, shared love for immigrants has bound the hearts of Christian brothers from different quadrants of the Baptist denomination. Carlos Navarro is the Southern Baptist pastor of Iglesia Bautista West … Continue reading

Theological education options expand in Virginia with formation of two new partnerships with CBF
CBF Virginia / Newsroom / theological education / young Baptists

Theological education options expand in Virginia with formation of two new partnerships with CBF

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASENovember 16, 2020 Contacts: Jeff Huett | Cooperative Baptist Fellowship & CBF of Virginia | jhuett@cbf.net | 202-680-4127Mike Frontiero | Union Presbyterian Seminary | Mike.Frontiero@upsem.edu | 804-647-2715Pat Cole | BSK: Baptist Seminary of Kentucky | pat.cole@bsk.edu | 502-909-2371 Theological education options expand in Virginiawith formation of two new partnerships with CBF Cooperative Baptists … Continue reading

20/20: Missouri church continues 20-year partnership in South Dakota despite pandemic complications
Feature / Fellowship! Magazine / Together for Hope

20/20: Missouri church continues 20-year partnership in South Dakota despite pandemic complications

By Andrew Nash There are no convenience stores in Bridger, South Dakota. No thrift stores, gas stations or retail of any kind, either. The nearest “town” is 90 minutes away, and the nearest “big town” is closer to two hours away. But this land is sacred to the Hwohwoju band of Lakota who reside on … Continue reading

COVID-19: An Incarnational Opportunity to Rethink Partnerships with Schools
COVID-19 / Education Ministries / Podcast

COVID-19: An Incarnational Opportunity to Rethink Partnerships with Schools

By Andy Hale As a Type A planner, I have had to push through the frustration of nearly six to nine months of well-planned ministries, events, and programs going by the wayside due to the continued strain of the current pandemic. Canceling such things is nothing compared to the pain and suffering of millions of … Continue reading

Journey to the Cross returns to d365.org for 2020
General CBF

Journey to the Cross returns to d365.org for 2020

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – The daily devotional series for Lent, Journey to the Cross, returns to d365 on Ash Wednesday, February 26th through Sunday, April 19th. This series features scripture, prayer, and meditative thoughts accompanied by the album Quiet Contemplations containing gentle piano arrangements composed and recorded by John Morton. The ecumenical team of writers includes … Continue reading

Education Ministries / General CBF

CBF partner expanding Latina Leadership program

This post comes from Maegan Gatlin of BUA Communications. SAN ANTONIO, TX – The Latina Leadership Institute (LLI) in San Antonio has gone coastal. The program, which receives funding from CBF of Texas, recently held it’s first session in Sophia, N.C. “This is first time we have offered training outside Texas so we are really excited,” LLI … Continue reading

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Baptists and Mission, Acting out a Value we hold dear in the Twenty-First Century.

As Baptists, we value mission action in this world.  Our heritage is ripe with mission activities, mission education, and mission offerings.  The turn of the century has not changed this value.  However, globalization, the decline of the western church, and the shift of the majority of Christians to the southern hemisphere must force us to … Continue reading