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.
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.
We are expanding to serve all 10 counties in South Carolina that come under the umbrella of Together for Hope, CBF’s rural poverty initiative. To make this effort successful, we are adding other non-profits to our coalition.
You might have been reluctant to discuss money, politics and/or religion. But sometimes in relationships, we need to risk these important conversations.
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.
Yes, you may be horrified at what you learn at this conference. The images will not be pretty. But we hope you will leave this virtual conference more equipped to confront child abuse and develop procedures to respond to it when/if you see it in your church.
This conference prepares participants to recognize and respond to cases of sexual abuse, physical abuse, emotional abuse and neglect. It is designed for members of faith communities and community partners who may work with children or families impacted by child abuse.
Being part of the CBF Fellows Cohort has helped first year pastor Jeffrey Howard find his way through a summer of racial tensions and online ministry.