Covid has limited our ability to do hands-on mission work. One thing we can do is pack flood buckets in our local churches and send them to areas of the Gulf Coast most impacted by this season’s hurricanes to help them clean up.
Members of FBC Pendleton know the answer to the old riddle of “How much wood would a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood? Almost 100 truckloads last year to heat the homes of six households.
Volunteers at The Baptist Church of Beaufort are staffing an e-learning center equipped with Wi-Fi to provide a place for students to attend virtual classes and complete their assignments while parents work.
Most of our pre-school and child development centers are open and because of their CBFSC connection, directors are able to share valuable information and advice on how best to operate their centers during Covid-19.
October is Clergy Appreciation Month. Jay is referencing an article and video by Jake Topper about how some pastors have struggled during these days of Covid.
Serving two years as a pastoral resident at First Baptist Church in Greenville is teaching Camille Loomis Rehnborg the ministry skills she did not learn in seminary.
During this time of Covid, the always tough job of being a minister has been compounded by having to learn new ways to do ministry, by having to make tough health-conscious decisions, and doing all this with love and grace.
Denmark Cares steps into a void left by government and other agencies to help improve financial, social, and health issues in its small community. Working with girls is a major part of the program.
The Cooperative Baptist Fellowship has entered into a partnership with GRACE (God to Abuse in the Christian Environment) to offer training and resources to churches.
Carolina Immigrant Alliance works with people from around the world. So it seems fitting that its upcoming virtual fundraiser is called “Around the world in 5K. You can walk/run in this event wherever you are and however many times you would like over a two-week period.