The Cooperative Baptist Fellowship’s (CBF) mission is to serve Christians and churches as they discover and fulfill their God-given mission. The field personnel are called to live and work alongside the neglected, forgotten and marginalized peoples of the world, sharing the love of Christ and helping to meet their physical and spiritual needs.

FBG has ties to four groups of field personnel who are living out this mission. This week, please take some time to get to know their stories and pray for them and those they serve. Consider making a gift to the Lula Whilden World Missions Offering, which supports these field personnel through our support for CBF.

Carson and Laura Foushee serve in partnership with Kanazawa Baptist Church in Kanazawa, Japan, to help meet the various needs of the internationals living in the area. They hope to continue to learn and teach as they journey alongside these sisters and brothers, sharing the love of Jesus with their neighbors.

Missy Ward-Angalla and her husband, Francis, are the co-directors of Amani Sasa Ministries in Kampala, Uganda. Amani Sasa serves more than 2,000 refugees each year by providing care and support through emergency food, medical care, housing and counseling.

Jonathan Bailey serves in Bali, Indonesia, by equipping and empowering artists to become the hands and feet of Jesus by attending to their spiritual and professional needs.

Tina Boyles Bailey lives in Graz, Austria, where she serves as Minister to the Arts Community. Through her work there she assists the immigrant and refugee communities in Europe by mentoring artists and providing trauma-informed care to those communities.

—Nancy Schlepphorst, Missions & Affiliations Committee

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