Metanoia’s race against gentrification

Metanoia’s race against gentrification

Fighting gentrification, Metanoia is in a race against time as local housing prices and eviction rates are increasing. Our long-term CBFSC missions partner thinks God’s vision in Isaiah of building houses for others to live in might not be possible as Charleston’s economy strengthens.

Jay is CBF’s point person for abuse prevention

Jay is CBF’s point person for abuse prevention

Jay is NOT leaving CBFSC but he is adding another task to his workload: A CBF advocate for abuse prevention and response. He will be CBF’s point person on the issue of abuse and misconduct in the church.

The search for resurrection

The search for resurrection

Jay’s search for resurrection—after this year of loneliness and isolation—reminded him that in every moment of death, God speaks the final words to us. Love, and therefore life.

Leigh Reynolds finally said yes to divinity school

Leigh Reynolds finally said yes to divinity school

Leigh Reynolds grew up in a Presbyterian church, went to a Presbyterian college, worked for a Methodist publishing house, and is now a part of the staff at Oakland Baptist Church in Rock Hill. She is also one of our CBFSC scholarship recipients. Read about Leigh’s journey in her own words.

Lane’s commitment for the year

Lane’s commitment for the year

For Lane, courage is always doing what is right, and standing up against injustice. It’s being brave enough to start something new, and still walking through fear and anxiety. Being courageous means showing up. That’s why courage is her word for 2021.