Pivot Bahamas Experience Offered by CBF Global
Pivot Bahamas, February 16-20, 2017, is a learning experience for young adults ages 21-44. CBF leaders will use the book Pivot: Turning Teams Toward God’s Mission Near and Far to examine our theology of mission. Participants will gain the tools to practice mission from a good theological perspective through a visit with CBF mission partners. Cost is $350 per person plus travel, and space is limited to 50 participants. Click here or call 770-220-1600 for more information. Pivot Bahamas is jointly sponsored by CBF Global Missions, CBF’s Young Baptist Ecosystem, CBF Florida, and CBF Bahamas.
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New Era Partnership
Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of Georgia Press Release Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of Georgia Announces New Era Missionary Baptist Partnership Covenant of Action Signed with New Era Missionary Baptist Convention of Georgia Macon, Georgia ‐ April 22, 2016 ‐ The Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of Georgia (CBF/GA) and New Era Missionary Baptist Convention of Georgia have signed a partnership agreement entitled “Covenant of Action.”
The covenant was signed during the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of Georgia’s General Assembly Friday, April 15, at Smoke Rise Baptist Church in Stone Mountain. This Covenant of Action marks the official beginning of what both groups hope will be a long‐term relationship based on fellowship, work, and worship that will benefit churches in both organizations. The first step on this journey of partnership was a workday of mission and ministry entitled “Catch the Spirit of Pentecost,” that was held on May 14, 2016 at the New Era Missionary Convention Center, located near Griffin, Georgia.
About New Era Missionary Baptist Convention of Georgia New Era Missionary Baptist Convention of Georgia, Incorporated is a convention of African‐ American Baptist churches started in 1961 to reflect the religious and social climate of the time. Throughout its history, New Era has continued to meet the challenge of instituting a contemporary focus on ministry with its foundation roots grounded in Bible‐centered teachings.