“Build houses and live in them, plant gardens and eat what they produce. Take wives and have sons and daughters; take wives for your sons and give your daughters in marriage that they may bear sons and daughters; multiply there…
Christians cannot remain silent about racial injustice, the leader of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship declared June 25.
The Cooperative Baptist Fellowship’s 2020 General Assembly will be an online experience instead of an in-person gathering due to the COVID-19 pandemic, CBF Executive Coordinator Paul Baxley announced in an April 2 statement. Instead of traveling to downtown Atlanta this…
This fall the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship will begin a process of what leaders call strategic and spiritual discovery, the Decatur, Georgia, based organization announced Oct. 7.
The nutritional makeup of these annual gatherings normally consists of 10 percent awkward side hugs, 20 percent irrelevant breakout sessions, 30 percent over-priced, low-value luncheons and 40 percent whitewashed worship services. However, at recent assemblies I’ve noticed a decrease of Baptist baloney and an increase of Baptist babies.
The Cooperative Baptist Fellowship’s first second-generation executive leader urged churches to increase financial support to ensure that work started in an era of strife within the Southern Baptist Convention continues to flourish after veterans of the SBC holy war move off the scene.
The Cooperative Baptist Fellowship will vote next week on a deficit budget for 2020 fiscal year, CBF Executive Coordinator Paul Baxley announced in a blog June 12.
Denton Lotz, who led the Baptist World Alliance through some of its most challenging years, died April 23 at age 80
Will there be a place in CBF life for folks like me? Armed for bear, a skeptical pastor sits down for coffee and conversation with the new leader of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship. Here’s what she discovered.