The CBF of Mississippi is getting behind a new ministry aimed at building hope in the cradle of the Delta Blues.

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Col. Charles Reynolds is in Liberia to minister to U.S. military and civilian peronnel who are working to eradicate the deadly virus.

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An Afghan physician who served as an interpreter for the U.S. military in Afghanistan fled the revenge-seeking Taliban for a better life in the United States. NorthHaven Church in Norman, Okla., has welcomed him to worship and is trying to help him find work.

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Leaders of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship, Southern Baptist Convention and two Baptist state conventions in Texas have formed a united front against government intrusion into religion.

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Pastors say it's important that churches which have dropped “Baptist” from their names remain transparent about Baptist affiliations on web sites and literature.

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Baptist leaders say there is a strong and creative future for local, state and national religious organizations willing to embrace (sometimes) radical institutional and functional changes.

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There are no silver bullets in ending hunger, but there is plenty of silver buckshot, the CBF executive coordinator said.

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Growing up in the Congo gives two missionaries unique insights into the patriarchal,  impoverished culture of Haiti, where they have served nearly 20 years.

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Contributions are up, treasurer tells CBFVA’s General Assembly.

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The Cooperative Baptist Fellowship will expand its footprint in Virginia under a new funding agreement with CBF national.

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