Opportunities to Affect: Food Insecurity
Pulaski Heights Baptist Church in Little Rock, Ark., formed the Friends and Neighbors Network (FANN) alternative food pantry, a model that preserves self-respect and builds relationships.
Opportunities to Affect: Hurricane Recovery
In the aftermath of Hurricane Florence, Cooperative Baptists responded to the needs of the Haiti neighborhood in Trenton, N.C.
Opportunities to Affect: Collegiate Ministry
CBF North Carolina has made a significant long-term commitment to supporting collegiate ministry and campus ministers in the state.
Opportunities to Affect: Long-term Relationships
CBF field personnel Alicia and Jeff Lee serve in Skopje, Macedonia, through transformational development, foster care, a food bank, caring for special needs adults and more.
Opportunities to Affect: Transforming Steps
The 2018-19 Prayers of the People focuses on Voices of Transformation and features reflections, insights and prayers from ministers, field personnel, chaplains, church starters and staff.
Opportunities to Affect: Community Health
CBF field personnel Jenny Jenkins ministers to the physical and spiritual needs of Délivrence Gédé and others in the community of Magandou, Haiti.
Opportunities to Affect: Scripture Translation
Pastor Greg Long is working to renew the Navajo language and culture through the Navajo Bible Translation Project.
Opportunities to Affect: Healing Community
Jamilah found healing and community among CBF field personnel at Refuge and Hope International through crisis counseling, education and job training.
Opportunities to Affect: Aiding Immigrants
Oakland Baptist Church partners with Puerta Abierta to help immigrants in Rock Hill, S.C., access vital legal assistance with naturalization, family-based immigration, temporary legal status, crimes of domestic violence and more.
Opportunities to Affect: Unexpected Community
By listening and “being with” rather than “doing for,” staff and members of FBC Williams have taken a slow, steady and loving approach to building community in Chestnut Park.
Opportunities to Affect: Partnerships with Purpose
Caitlyn Furr’s Student.Go internship with LUCHA Ministries strengthened CBF field personnel Greg and Sue Smiths’ efforts to provide holistic care to the Latino immigrant community in Fredericksburg, Virginia.
Opportunities to Affect: Refuge & Hope
Jacob and Esau Francis fled war in South Sudan as teens. Now they help other young refugees rebuild their lives at Refuge & Hope in Uganda, founded by Cooperative Baptist Fellowship field personnel Jade and Shelah Acker.
Opportunities to Affect: Impact of Welcoming
CBF field personnel Kim and Marc Wyatt serve immigrants and refugees at Welcome House in the Research Triangle area of North Carolina.
Opportunities to Affect: Relief and Relationships
A devastating flood led to a partnership between Greater Mount Olive Baptist Church, the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship, University Baptist Church, Broadmoor Baptist Church and the National Baptist Convention of America International, Inc.