God’s Mission is Figuring and Re-figuring
CBF Field Personnel / COVID-19 / Field Personnel

God’s Mission is Figuring and Re-figuring

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 Jon and Tanya Parks, who serve in … Continue reading

Roma Voices Project Amplifies Community through Music
Feature / Field Personnel / General CBF

Roma Voices Project Amplifies Community through Music

By Grayson Hester  Some say that music is the universal language, a dialect all people can speak and understand. Well, if that’s the case, then the Roma people are fluent. Historically transient and internationally oppressed, the Roma people, located all over the world but heavily concentrated in Eastern Europe, are repeatedly denied expression of their … Continue reading

Borrowing Bold Faith
Field Personnel / Toward Bold Faithfulness

Borrowing Bold Faith

For congregations to thrive and Christ’s mission among us to flourish, the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship has entered a season of discovering where God would focus our work together. Take CBF’s online survey about your church and your personal ministry aspirations before Feb. 2.   This devotional is part of a series in January that tells stories of “Bold Faith” … Continue reading

2012 General Assembly / Missions

Missions picnic celebrates 20 years of Project Ruth among Gypsies

No picnic baskets or ants could be found at this year’s General Assembly Missions Picnic, but the crowd did find stories of changed lives among one of the world’s most neglected people groups. CBF field personnel Ralph and Tammy Stocks led the celebration of Project Ruth, a multi-faceted 20-year ministry among the Roma (Gypsy) people … Continue reading

General CBF / Missions / Poverty & Transformation Ministries / Student.Go

When silence isn’t golden…

This is the third in a series of posts from Student.Go interns who are “being the presence of Christ” alongside field personnel and partners in communities across the globe over the summer months. This post is from Shane McNary – CBF field personnel who is supervising a team of five students serving along the “Roma Road” … Continue reading


Week Two and Three

                                                                                                                                             Team Tag completed our first week of camp in HUngary and have now begun the Slovakia phase of our trip. Our objective is to work with the Roma people and share the love of Jesus with them. Continue reading