CBFGA

Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of Georgia

Since 1992, the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of Georgia has provided a home for Baptist Christians who cherish basic Baptist beliefs and desire to preserve Baptist freedoms.

CBF of Georgia (based in Macon) joins CBF Global (based in Atlanta) in our desire to network, empower, and mobilize Baptist Christians and churches for effective missions and ministry in the name of Christ.

CBFGA "Story" Children's Retreat

Rock Eagle 4-H Center, Eatonton, GA

CBFGA Mission Madness

FBC, Columbus-April 14-26, 2023

CBFGA State Assembly

FBC, Augusta-November 6-7, 2022

Missions Engagement

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CBF/GA Churches

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CBFGA State Assembly

FBC, Augusta – November 6-7, 2022

Senior Adult Retreat

FBC, ST. Simons Island-May 7-9, 2023

CBFGA "Story" Children's Retreat

Rock Eagle 4-H Center, Eatonton, GA

CBFGA Mission Madness

FBC, Columbus-April 14-16, 2023

Missions Engagement

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CBF General Assembly Suggests a Bright Future-Norma Hodges-CBFGA Moderator

CBF General Assembly Suggests a Bright Future-Norma Hodges-CBFGA Moderator

Dallas was hot! But the meeting rooms were cold! We had an uplifting time at the 2022 General Assembly in Texas! Georgia was well represented. For our state meeting, on the opening evening, we joined with CBF of Alabama to eat at a Mexican restaurant. Seeing the room filled with many young faces was great. It reinforced for me that CBF is healthy and has a future. Daniel Vestal shared during his podcast that he was pleased to announce that at the 2022 Assembly he recognized only about a third of the attendees from the past, because this year’s gathering was attracting a new and diverse generation.

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Does Theological Education Have a Future?-Greg DeLoach-Dean of McAfee School of Theology

Does Theological Education Have a Future?-Greg DeLoach-Dean of McAfee School of Theology

When I was a kid growing up in rural Middle Georgia, I had no idea what a seminary was, let alone the purpose of one. When I told my pastor that I felt called to serve the church as a minister, he explained that I would need to go to seminary. All I knew was that it meant an additional three years of school after college, and that sounded dreary! Nevertheless, there was no question that if I wanted to serve the church as a minister, I had to go to seminary. And I am glad I did, because it is still changing my life.

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