Hannah Turner begins Global Service Corps work alongside Wyatts in N.C.
COVID-19 / Field Personnel / refugees / young Baptists

Hannah Turner begins Global Service Corps work alongside Wyatts in N.C.

By Ashleigh Bugg Global migration is one of the greatest challenges of the 21st century. Millions of neighbors are on the move due to political persecution, natural disasters from climate change, sustained war and conflict, food and water insecurity, and ethnic cleansing based on racism and xenophobia. To address issues of global migration and poverty, … Continue reading

CBF Coronavirus fund blesses immigrants in Central Texas
bold faith / COVID-19 / refugees

CBF Coronavirus fund blesses immigrants in Central Texas

By Marv Knox Immigrant families in Central Texas have roofs over their heads, food on their tables and utilities in their homes, thanks to La Puerta Waco and the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship’s Coronavirus Emergency Relief Fund. CBF established the coronavirus fund shortly after the COVID-19 pandemic began inflicting its wrath globally. The catastrophe particularly harmed … Continue reading

Welcoming the Stranger in Unwelcoming Time
advocacy / Featured / Field Personnel / immigration / refugees

Welcoming the Stranger in Unwelcoming Time

By Chris Hughes  For Rev. Mark Mofield, it was a pregnant moment full of possibilities for faith and politics to collide right in the middle of his church, and for things to get messy. As senior pastor of Temple Baptist Church, a CBF-affiliated congregation in Durham, N.C., he and the church’s deacon team had just … Continue reading

Raleigh congregation serves refugee and immigrant community through VBS
Feature / Featured / Field Personnel

Raleigh congregation serves refugee and immigrant community through VBS

By Blake Tommey  A colossal nine-by-12-foot canvas hangs in the narthex of Trinity Baptist Church in Raleigh, North Carolina, bearing the painted handprints of more than 150 children. For each handprint, there’s a name and one God-given gift that each offers to his or her community—a prompt issued to every child who attended missions sessions at Trinity’s Vacation Bible School in June.  … Continue reading

General CBF / Haiti Ministries / Missions

Canadian Baptists working in Haiti reported safe

A team consisting of three Canadian Baptist Churches (Eglise Evangelique Baptiste d’Ottawa, FBC Leamington and Eglise Evangelique Baptiste d’Montreal) have been in Port au Prince for several days concluding work related to the refugee migration and relief efforts we partner with here in central Canada. Please pray for these Canadian brothers and sisters. The team was expected to return tomorrow in time for two consultations directed at further relief and evangelistic efforts in Haiti and the establishment of two shelters (Matthew Houses) here in Ottawa and Montreal respectively. The team will not return in time for these meetings now but everyone wants to go forward anyway.
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