Matt Rollins is solving for X in Community Engagement equation

Matt Rollins is solving for X in Community Engagement equation

Matt Rollins used his engineering background to come up with an equation to solve for the missing ingredient in his new job as Minister for Community Engagement at FBC Greenville. He’s been on staff at FBC since 2003 but now needs to solve for “X” to really get a handle on the direction to take with his new assignment.

Pushing Forward in Faith anniversary campaign

Pushing Forward in Faith anniversary campaign

Who but God could have imagined...? At the leading of CBFSC Coordinator, Marion Aldridge, and Missions Coordinator, Beverly Greer, 20 years ago CBFSC called Bill Stanfield and Evelyn Oliveira as [...]
Join us at General Assembly 2022

Join us at General Assembly 2022

We hope that you’ll join us in North Charleston at St. Matthew Baptist Church for CBF South Carolina’s General Assembly on April 1st.  It will be such a joy to [...]
Preventing Sexual Abuse at Church

Preventing Sexual Abuse at Church

What is clergy sexual abuse? What does it look like? And how do we prevent it? Last week, pastors and lay leaders joined the CBFSC Congregational Life committee on learning [...]
Letting go of CBFSC

Letting go of CBFSC

After having helped CBFSC with its communications for more than 25 years, Sue Harper Poss is letting go and putting faith and trust into something new.

BWIM has a new coordinator in South Carolina

BWIM has a new coordinator in South Carolina

Cara Morgan, the minister to children and their families at First Baptist Church in Anderson, has gotten to a point in her career where she can give back to a community which has helped her get established in ministry. She has been appointed as the Coordinator of Baptist Women in Ministry in South Carolina.

Palmetto Works thrives despite the pandemic

Palmetto Works thrives despite the pandemic

Palmetto Works summer program for kids thrived this year, thanks in part to help from students in the music program at Coastal Carolina University. The CHOPS food program also reopened in mid-September to offer fresh produce to those most in need.