CMBA desires to raise awareness of the need for missional deployment within our local context by our family of congregations in the Midlands of South Carolina. This does not suggest missional deployment beyond the Midlands is unimportant. It is very important. It is essential to fulfill the Great Commission in the spirit of the Great […]
This week, Chris Reinolds and Julia Bell, CMBA Communications Director, have a conversation with Baptist Collegiate Ministry campus ministers Lesley and JJ Joseph, who began their work at Allen University and Benedict College Starting March first of this year as they seek to impact the next generation of disciple-makers.
This week, Chris Reinolds, Impacting Communities Ministry Mobilizer with the CMBA has a conversation with John Lakin , Associate Pastor at NorthStar Christian Center, to discuss their partnership with the Cooperative Ministry’s VITAP program which assists low-income families with tax preparation.
Here is a podcast recorded earlier in 2021 that was just released at the end of 2021 that provides an overview of George Bullard’s heritage and approach to congregational ministry. We share it with you as an accurate overview of his ministry perspective, and as a resource for congregational leadership. This podcast is a production […]
This week, George Bullard, Executive Director of the CMBA, sits down with Bedjriha Jazic, Director of Lutheran Services, and Ryan Dupree, International Minister with First Baptist Church Columbia, to discuss ministry partnership opportunities among the Refugee Resettlement efforts in Columbia, South Carolina.
Churches are invited to come together to help feed the least of these with a Christmas Meal.
As we are wrapping up the month of October, many of you can feel the fall breeze wafting in the Christmas season. As that spirit of generosity floods our hearts, we wanted to encourage you to remember those who will not be making it home for Christmas this year.
A few days ago, CMBA sent out inquiries to a group of churches of all sizes and locations to see how they are responding to the current spike in COVID-19 infections and hospitalizations as schools open and the seasonal programming begins. It is obvious responding now is more difficult than responding 18 months ago when […]