Want to help our newly arriving Afghan neighbors in North Carolina? In addition to our own efforts in partnership with CBF Field Personnel in Raleigh and Charlotte, CBFNC has compiled a list of statewide and local agencies who work with refugees. We hope you will find this list helpful in identifying who to contact in your community…
A preview of the upcoming Welcome House Toolkit and the best practices learned by Welcome House-Raleigh. During this seminar, hear from Welcome House staff how the ministry of Christian hospitality formed a network of housing ministries in North Carolina and get tips that may help other churches begin a similar ministry in your community.
Learn about CBF’s ministry of the Encourager Church program from CBF Global staff. This program partners churches with a specific field personnel for prayer support, short term mission engagement, financial contributions to their ministry fund, and creates a unique relationship for kingdom building.
CBFNC has partnered with the Baptist Center for Ethics and the United Methodist Church to produce a non-partisan, biblically-based documentary on immigration. Use this free documentary and accompanying curriculum in your congregation to inspire and challenge. To access the discussion guide, click HERE.
This webinar led by Dr. Curtis Freeman and Dr. David Goatley, will help your congregation learn how to deepen conversations on racial equity and justice in your local context. To view the PowerPoint presentation called “The Economic State of Black America in 2020,” click HERE.
There are many churches in our fellowship involved with racial equity & justice advocacy. Hear the stories of two of these congregations, St. John’s Baptist in Raleigh and First Baptist in Elkin, to learn how this type of work became a part of the churches’ mission.
There are many churches in our fellowship involved with immigration advocacy. Hear the stories of two of these congregations, Shiloh Restoration in Raleigh and Ardmore Baptist in Winston Salem, to learn how this type of work became a part of the churches’ mission.
In this webinar, led by Stephen Reeves and John Mark Boes of CBF Global, learn how advocacy work is a natural outgrowth from a congregation’s missions commitment. Hear the dos and don’ts of beginning this work in your congregation.
In this webinar presented by Rev. Dr. Martha Kearse, follow one pastor’s journey of coming to understand what the true issues are that keep white Christians from understanding, and offering justice to, black people. Learn how the theology of hospitality can help us to move forward in understanding where it is that we have broken…
This webinar presented by Rick Burnett, CBF field personnel, gives an overview of CBF’s approach related to domestic disaster response with a special focus on the partnership of CBF congregations, state/regional organizations and CBF Disaster Response.