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.
First Baptist Church in Greenville is sponsoring a free webinar on Thursday, Jan. 19 about humanity, slavery and faith. mberly Kellison, Professor of History at Baylor University, will present the research surrounding her new book, Forging a Christian Order: South Carolina Baptists, Race and Slavery, 1696-1860.
Steven Bouknight, pastor at Eau Claire Baptist Church in Columbia, just earned a doctorate degree at Gardner-Webb, thanks in part to a scholarship he received from CBFSC.
Clemson coach Dabo Swinney quoted Romans 8:28 after Clemson’s loss to South Carolina on Nov. 26. Rusty Brock, the pastor at FBC Clemson, writes about his take on Dabo’s comments and the importance of PERSPECTIVE.
Tim Marsh talks about the hope, Joy, peace, and love of Advent during these days of preparation leading up to Christ’s birth.
Blake Harwell has two especially good reasons to appreciate the song “Goodness of God.” One relates to death; one to a new life. Read why this Thanksgiving week is so important for Blake.
As you gather with your families to celebrate our American tradition of Thanksgiving, perhaps in the midst of turkey, dressing, cranberry sauce, and dessert, you will take time to share a word of gratitude for what God is doing in the life of your family. In addition, as families, take time to show God your gratitude by generously serving others in the name of Jesus.
How can you cultivate a culture of financial security in a changing church world? Shauw Shin Capps and Rickey Letson, both of whom have worked and lived in South Carolina, will be leading a workshop that might help guide churches toward a new direction in financial well-being.
Tim Marsh, the new pastor at First Baptist Church in Laurens, has some requests for his new congregation that can be pertinent to all of us as we move into the start of a new church year for many and a busy fall.