Human Icebergs
CBF Field Personnel / Field Personnel

Human Icebergs

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 Brooke and Mike, who serve in Southeast … Continue reading

General CBF

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

General CBF

The 21st Century Church: It Looks Like You

Last week my colleagues and I over here in the Pastoral Residency program at Wilshire traveled to Indianapolis, IN to meet, compare-notes, and brainstorm with other young ministers funded through the Lilly Endowment’s Transition into Ministry program. Lilly was an excellent host, the worship time and guest speaker were both phenomenal, and it was a great … Continue reading

2010 General Assembly / General CBF

Seminarians Seek Vision, Mentors at General Assembly

Natalie Johnston recently finished her second year as an M.Div. student at Baylor’s George W. Truett Theological Seminary with a mentoring internship at the Baptist Joint Committee for Religious Liberty in Washington, D.C. Last night, she gathered with other seminarians from around the country to fellowship and reflect upon their experiences so far at this … Continue reading

General CBF

Legacies

I had the privilege yesterday of attending the funeral of a 103 year old saint.  He spent his life in devotion to and service of Christ – preaching the word, living the gospel and praying fervently for his family, his friends, his church and his community.  At the service were four generations of his family … Continue reading