By Aaron Weaver
DECATUR, Ga. — The Cooperative Baptist Fellowship is partnering with a network of Baptist groups from around the world to provide aid to the victims of the recent earthquake in Nepal, which has killed more than 4,000 people, injured thousands more and left the impoverished South Asia country in a state of disarray.
CBF has contributed an initial $10,000 to the Baptist relief efforts and is encouraging Cooperative Baptists and friends to support the Fellowship’s response to the Nepal crisis. Gifts can be made to the CBF Nepal Response at www.cbf.net/nepal.
A boy stands in the rubble in the aftermath of the earthquake in Nepal. Image via BMS World Mission.
CBF has also deployed Eddy Ruble, one of CBF’s field personnel who serves in Southeast Asia and is a seasoned disaster response expert, to Kathmandu, the densely-populated capital of Nepal where at least 1,150…
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