Justice & Peacemaking Ministries
Fellowship Baptists serve as advocates for social justice and religious freedom. In places such as Africa and Southeast Asia, they are ministering to those who are persecuted for their faith.
Individuals, churches and partner organizations are also working together to address a number of issues around the world – human trafficking, war and genocide, women's rights, child labor and reconciliation.
• Video of Lauran Bethell's keynote address to the 2008 CBF General Assembly in Memphis. Bethell, a Baptist minister, has done significant ministry among human trafficking victims and shares ideas about how to make a difference.
• Learn from the Anti-Trafficking Resource Book produced by CBF partner the Europen Bapist Federation.
• Human trafficking fact sheet produced by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
• www.humantrafficking.org provides online resources.
• Fellowship Baptists gather at Capitol to show support for religious liberty
• Baptist Joint Committee for Religious Liberty: This CBF partner organization has many resources available, including publications, sermons and bibliographies.
For every dollar you give to CBF's Offering for Global Missions, a portion goes to justice and peacemaking ministries. Make a life-changing gift today