Cooperative Baptist Fellowship (CBF) General Assembly reveals larger, post-denominational trends (Part 2)

The Cooperative Baptist Fellowship has been meeting in Charlotte this year.  The seminars, meetings, worship services have revealed, at least from my perspective, several trends that transcend even this denomination.  This is the second part of a three-part blog series. The first part noted some positive trends that have arisen in light of the CBF’sContinue reading “Cooperative Baptist Fellowship (CBF) General Assembly reveals larger, post-denominational trends (Part 2)”

Cooperative Baptist Fellowship (CBF) General Assembly reveals larger, post-denominational trends (Part 1)

This past week I spent some time in Charolotte, NC, attending the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship General Assembly–the annual meeting of a denominational “fellowship” made up of some 1,900 churches.  It is truly a blessing to be amongst fellow brothers and sisters who share a common identity and values, to meet with friends old and new,Continue reading “Cooperative Baptist Fellowship (CBF) General Assembly reveals larger, post-denominational trends (Part 1)”