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Much to my doctor’s chagrin, I enjoy hash browns from the Waffle House.  I don’t eat there as often I’d like because of said doctor, but when I do, I order my hash browns “scattered, smothered, and covered.” Over the past few weeks, I’ve noticed most of our partner congregations are scattered, smothered, and covered,…
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Do you remember where you were when President John F. Kennedy was shot? Do you remember where you were when the Berlin Wall was torn down? Do you remember where you were on September 11, 2001? As our world, our country, our state, our communities, and our congregations deal with the coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic, I find…
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We at CBF/GA have been concerned for some time that ReVisions subscribers have not been hearing the full story of CBF/GA. Making our “print” quarterly newsletter, i-Visions, which has much more information, feature articles, and columns from our leadership, available to you has been a goal for some time, and now that dream is a…
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Earlier this year, the Coordinating Council of CBF/GA voted to explore selling our office building. This was not an easy decision. The office building, located at 2465 Hillcrest Ave., has been an integral part of the story of CBF/GA. For nearly 20 years, the office building has provided a firm foundation of our mission and…
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By the time you read this post, CBF/GA will have already begun a new budget year. Or at least a new, six-month budget year. For some time, CBF/GA has operated on a fiscal year budget cycle running from July 1 through June 30. On advice from our auditor and accountant, the Coordinating Council unanimously approved…
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