Advent devotional series Following the Star returns to Passport’s devotion website
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Advent devotional series Following the Star returns to Passport’s devotion website

The following is an announcement from CBF-partner Passport Inc. Learn more at http://www.passportcamps.org.  (BIRMINGHAM, AL) –Following the Star, the devotional series for Advent and Christmas, returns to Passport, Inc.’s devotional website d365.org November 26. This series features scripture, prayer, and meditative thoughts accompanied by gentle music. Writers Tasha Gibson, Amy Kim Kyremes-Parks, Becky Caswell-Speight, Brian … Continue reading

Cooperative Baptists honored at ChurchWorks 2017 with educator, leadership awards
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Cooperative Baptists honored at ChurchWorks 2017 with educator, leadership awards

February 22, 2017 By Carrie McGuffin Two Cooperative Baptists were honored Monday at ChurchWorks, CBF’s annual conference for Christian educators, held Feb. 20-22 at Hendricks Avenue Baptist Church in Jacksonville, Fla. David Burroughs, president and founder of Birmingham, Ala.-based Passport, Inc., was honored with the 2017 Jack Naish Distinguished Educator Award, named after the longtime minister … Continue reading

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Faith in 3D challenges students to imagine a different world

This post comes from Colleen Burroughs, vice president of Passport Inc. and CBF’s current moderator: As over 1,500 participants walked into Epcot’s World Showplace for the opening session of the third iteration of Faith in 3D, they found themselves wandering through glowing lights and neon colored activities designed to inspire writing, drawing, playing, building and … Continue reading

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What is Justice?

This past week I participated in the second annual Selah Vie conference.  Selah Vie—Pause Life—is an end of summer reflection conference for graduate and college students who have served with Student.Go, Passport, or as CBF congregational interns.  It is easy to forget how old you are until you get about 150 college students together.  Continue reading