Gratitude for Student.Go & the Offering for Global Missions
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Gratitude for Student.Go & the Offering for Global Missions

By Taisha Seabolt My name is Taisha M. Seabolt, and I serve as the Global Missions personnel and training manager at CBF.  Serving in this position, I also have the pleasure of managing our Student.Go program, the student missions program of CBF. Student.Go provides life-changing mission opportunities for college and graduate students to serve with … Continue reading

My life changed when I met Anna
CBF Field Personnel / Missions / offering for global missions / Student.Go

My life changed when I met Anna

By Missy Ward-Angalla My life changed when I met Anna.  It was one month into my Student.Go assignment working with Refuge and Hope in Uganda, teaching ESL. Anna was an 18-year-old Rwandese refugee who had just arrived. She didn’t speak any English. I saw her several times a week for the next month as she … Continue reading

To Hell’s Kitchen and Back (…Virtually): How CBF and Student.Go helped make urban immersion possible in the pandemic
CBF Field Personnel / COVID-19 / Feature / Fellowship! Magazine

To Hell’s Kitchen and Back (…Virtually): How CBF and Student.Go helped make urban immersion possible in the pandemic

By Jennifer Colosimo In the midst of the global pandemic, many things were pushed aside to make room for front-line priorities. We’ve had to weather the effects of the pandemic, in certain cases, hoping to come out the same on the other side. But for CBF’s front-line workers in Hell’s Kitchen, New York City, the … Continue reading

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Learning Something New

             When you work with people that come from different places going into culturally and economically diverse areas, it is important that everyone goes in with a open minds.  People read about an area or may have lived in an environment that mirrors the current experience of those they are called to work with, yet they close their minds … Continue reading