Church Leaders and COVID-19: A Conversation with CBFNC Executive Coordinator Larry Hovis
COVID-19 / Podcast

Church Leaders and COVID-19: A Conversation with CBFNC Executive Coordinator Larry Hovis

Churches are pivoting from what is normal and into something unknown. This crisis requires adaptable leadership from clergy and congregational leaders. From a broader organizational standpoint, leaders at the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship are seeking to share stories and resources to help congregations succeed during this crisis. Join us in the coming days and weeks as … Continue reading

Church Leaders and COVID-19: A Conversation with CBF Executive Coordinator Paul Baxley
COVID-19 / Podcast

Church Leaders and COVID-19: A Conversation with CBF Executive Coordinator Paul Baxley

Churches are pivoting from what is normal and into something unknown. This crisis requires adaptable leadership from clergy and congregational leaders. From a broader organizational standpoint, leaders at the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship are seeking to share stories and resources to help congregations succeed during this crisis. Join us in the coming days and weeks as … Continue reading

Drowning in an Ocean of Depression: A Conversation with Ryan Noel Fraser
Pastoral Care / Podcast

Drowning in an Ocean of Depression: A Conversation with Ryan Noel Fraser

By Andy Hale  Over the past two decades, the use of antidepressants has skyrocketed. One in six Americans now takes an antidepressant medication. Nearly 40% of Americans reported in 2018 that they were more anxious than in the years past. Almost 18% of the American population has an anxiety disorder. Three out of four Americans … Continue reading

Married Priests, War and Global Warming: A Podcast Conversation with Father Thomas Reese
General CBF / Podcast

Married Priests, War and Global Warming: A Podcast Conversation with Father Thomas Reese

By Andy Hale  Married Priests, Iranian Conflict, China Trade War and Global Warming are just a few of the topics that Father Thomas Reese has written on in the last few months for the Religion News Service. We are a long way away from the days of writing about simple theological matters. Today’s religion contributors … Continue reading