TAMPA, Fla. -- The Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of Virginia will spend the next year focusing on the Latino concept of familia as a way to broaden the scope of the CBF state affiliate’s ministries.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (ABP) – An international student ministry that partners with the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship has hired a staff member to spearhead a new initiative to help theologically moderate churches discover God’s calling for both clergy and laity.
While many teenagers typically spend free time in the summer swimming at the beach or watching TV, 230 students from five states arrived in Dallas recently for a World Changers effort to paint siding, build ramps and work on roofs in 100-degree heat.
ASHEVILLE, N.C. (ABP) – A total of 87 pastors and lay leaders made up the first graduating class of prison chaplains in Cuba June 16. Co-sponsored by the Ecumenical Council of Churches in Cuba and the Ecumenical Seminary in Matanzas, the graduation took place at
PITTSBORO, N.C. (ABP) -- From Ontario, Seattle, Dallas, Atlanta and dozens of towns and cities between people pulled into the dusty pasture in rural central North Carolina to see if four days chasing the wild goose in community with others could crack barriers and deepen
TAMPA, Fla. (ABP) – A Florida pastor said June 25 that the 20-year-old Cooperative Baptist Fellowship must recast its message for a rising generation.
TAMPA, Fla. (ABP) -- Ken Medema -- singer, composer, pianist, artist and for four decades a softly prodding social conscience of the church -- worked his art through the two days of the 2011 Cooperative Baptist Fellowship General Assembly June 21-22 in Tampa, Fla.
TAMPA, Fla. (ABP) -- Hundreds of listening sessions by the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship 2012 Task Force have surfaced identity, community and ministry as the three themes of greatest concern to CBF members.
TAMPA, Fla. (ABP) – Accepting this year’s J.M. Dawson Religious Liberty Award from the Baptist Joint Committee for Religious Liberty June 24, former BJC leader James Dunn identified “soul freedom” as the driving force behind the church-state watchdog organization now in its 75th year.
TAMPA, Fla. (ABP) -- The Cooperative Baptist Fellowship commissioned 14 self-funded individuals to missions work June 23 at the General Assembly in Tampa, Fla. More than 1,600 Fellowship Baptists were in attendance on the first full day of the Assembly, which included auxiliary events, business