Cooperative Baptist Fellowship (CBF)
A core component of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship’s mission is placement of eld personnel in more than 30 countries and regions across the globe. These amazing leaders are serving the most impoverished and marginalized communities in places like Kiev, Ukraine; Harding, Ethiopia; Bass, Cambodia; but also Raleigh, NC; Houston, TX; and Atlanta, GA. The CBF eld personnel represent one of the main reasons the Lula Whilden World Missions O ering was created and why it is so important that the entire congregation continues to support it each year.
Missy Ward-Angalla serves as a CBF eld personnel in Kampala, Uganda, where she is the refugee women’s advocacy coordinator for Refuge and Hope International. Many of you have had the opportunity to meet and listen to Missy’s powerful story during one of her visits to our church. Missy and her team serve more than 1,000 urban refugees annually, working to holistically empower them through discipleship, leadership, educational and development opportunities, and by walking alongside them as they rebuild their lives. To learn more about Missy and other CBF eld personnel, click here http://www.cbf.net/eld-personnel-list/
Lula Whilden donations can be made through the end of the year and our goal is $125,000. Please remember CBF, along with the Alliance of Baptists and CBFSC, is directly impacted by your generosity.
— Ryan Dennis