Whether it's a one-time mission trip, a two-to-three year commitment or a lifetime of service, CBF can connect you with ministry opportunities among the most neglected in a world without borders.
Currently, CBF is operating from an economic contingency plan. This plan means that we will not be appointing new fully funded field personnel in 2013.
Undergraduate and graduate students serve for a summer/semester. Working alongside CBF field personnel and partners, students gain experience in cross-cultural service and provide assistance to the ministries with which they work.
Self-funded field personnel:
Individuals and couples are invited to serve as self-funded field personnel through the Fellowship’s team structure. Service may be through existing careers, direct financial support of partners or new ministries.
Individuals and teams can make a difference in the lives of people around the world through short-term missions engagment. Service opportunities can last from one week to several months. Serve alongside CBF field personnel and ministry partners.
Although not a disaster relief organization, CBF responds when major disasters strike. The Fellowship seeks to be a long-term presence, helping communities recover and rebuild. Learn about opportunities to serve in disaster affected areas.
Encourager Churches are an essential component of the work of CBF field personnel, covenanting in four areas – prayer support, financial support, short-term missions and administrative support.