Grace Martino-Suprice named new coordinator of Baptist Fellowship of the Northeast
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Grace Martino-Suprice named new coordinator of Baptist Fellowship of the Northeast

May 31, 2022 By Aaron Weaver DECATUR, Ga. — The Cooperative Baptist Fellowship has formed a new partnership with the Baptist Fellowship of the Northeast (BFN) to expand its presence in the region. BFN has named Grace Martino-Suprice as its first full-time paid Coordinator. She succeeds Phyllis Boozer, who has led the CBF regional organization … Continue reading

Rev. Tammy Snyder selected to lead CBF Florida/Caribbean Islands
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Rev. Tammy Snyder selected to lead CBF Florida/Caribbean Islands

April 25, 2022 By Aaron Weaver DECATUR, Ga. — The Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of Florida and the Caribbean Islands (CBF FL/CI) has selected Rev. Tammy Snyder as its next Coordinator.   A servant leader with 21 years of ministry experience in both church and parachurch organizations, Snyder succeeds Ray Johnson, who announced his retirement in … Continue reading

BWIM Calls For Award Nominations
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BWIM Calls For Award Nominations

For Immediate Release February 16, 2022 Contact Information:Meredith Stone, Executive DirectorBaptist Women in Ministrymeredithstone@bwim.info 404-513-6022 BWIM Calls For Award Nominations Baptist Women in Ministry is opening a call for nominations for the 2022 Frankie Huff Granger Distinguished Mentor and Church of Excellence awards. Established in 2013, the Distinguished Mentor Award honors the legacy and ministry of Frankie … Continue reading

SBNR: A Crisis or Spiritual Revolution?
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SBNR: A Crisis or Spiritual Revolution?

By Leigh Reynolds  Recently, while preparing a research paper on the rise of those claiming the designation spiritual but not religious (SBNR) and its impact on the Christian church in North America, I discovered the work of Linda Mercadante. Mercadante, an ordained Minister, Professor of Historical Theology at Methodist Theological School in Ohio, and leading … Continue reading

The Meeting Points of Mercy and Reconciliation
Leadership Scholars / women in ministry

The Meeting Points of Mercy and Reconciliation

By Pilar Castrillo  Migration as a situation that affects those who migrate, but also where they migrate has become a challenge for communities of faith. How to reconcile the biblical mandate to help others, and especially others who come to live in your community and whose language is unknown. Communities of faith, society in general, … Continue reading

The Making of Biblical Womanhood, Featuring Beth Allison Barr and Meredith Stone
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The Making of Biblical Womanhood, Featuring Beth Allison Barr and Meredith Stone

I can just close my eyes and remember church business meetings of my childhood, in which the idea of women becoming deacons was shot down as some angry middle-aged man, who clearly had control issues, reading passages from the writings of the Apostle Paul on why women should remain silent, not teach, and certainly submit … Continue reading

A Trailblazing Ministry: Rev. Cheryl Adamson champions equity and combats injustices in Conway, S.C.
Featured / King Day 2022

A Trailblazing Ministry: Rev. Cheryl Adamson champions equity and combats injustices in Conway, S.C.

Tune in to CBF’s Facebook page (www.facebook.com/cbfinfo) on Tuesday, January 18, at 7pm Eastern as CBF’s Rev. Kasey Jones speaks with Rev. Adamson about her trailblazing work that has saved lives and transformed communities.   By Chris Hughes For the Rev. Cheryl Adamson, living out the Gospel of Jesus Christ means embodying a ministry of presence, … Continue reading