If you’re about to make the transition between seminary and congregational ministry, you may want to consider applying for the CBF Fellows program. Fellows learn how to connect the academic to the practical.
CBFSC Associate Coordinator Lane Riley has been the personal recipient of FBC Greenwood’s Prayer Shawl ministry.
Rusty Brock did his own scientific study on parking—do drivers pull in or back in? What are the advantages and disadvantages of each method? And what does parking have to do with navigating life?
Katrina Reeves received the Christian Action Council for her loving spirit and faithful leadership in community ministries serving children and their families
Kelly Strum is the director of Koinonia of Columbia, an assets-based community development corporation operated in cooperation with Eau Claire Baptist Church.
Baptist Women in Ministry has changed from a February Month of Preaching to a March Month of Advocacy for women in ministry. This article by BWIM director Meredith Stone offers several suggestions for churches to consider during this month.
Churches are invited to participate in CBF’s Offering for Global Missions at any time during the year. But the week of March 12-17 has been set aside specifically as a Week of Prayer for the offering whose theme is Because Presence Matters. Many resources are available to help your church promote this much-needed offering.
Christen Kinard spent some of her earliest years in Senegal where her parents, Nell and Butch Greene, were missionaries. She’s back in that country now looking for ways to help women become self-sufficient through her organization called The Off Ramp, a long-term covenant partner of CBFSC.