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2013 CBF/GA State Mission Offering. 40% of gifts go to New Church Starts 40% of gifts go to Cooperative Student Fellowships 20% of gifts go to New Initiatives and Development. Our 2013 Goal is $50,000!. Cooperative Student Fellowship.

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2013 cbf ga state mission offering

2013 CBF/GA State Mission Offering

  • 40% of gifts go to New Church Starts

  • 40% of gifts go to Cooperative Student Fellowships

  • 20% of gifts go to New Initiatives and Development

Our 2013 Goal is $50,000!

Cooperative student fellowship

Cooperative Student Fellowship

  • The Cooperative Student Fellowship exists in order to provide students a Christian community that is Baptist in nature; fosters authentic relationships; encourages open-minded conversation, learning, and discipleship; engages the world through missions; and creates experiences that nurture the development of students as current and future church leaders.

History of csf

History of CSF

  • 2004: First CSF organized at First Baptist Church, Clemson

  • 2006: CSF Mercer

  • 2008-2009: CSF Athens (UGA)

  • 2010: CSF Georgia Tech

Cbf ga csfs

  • CSF Georgia Tech

  • CSF Mercer

  • CSF at UGA


Csf georgia tech

CSF Georgia Tech

“I have met so many people I consider my close friends through CSF. This group truly defines what a community is: people who care and support you to “live a life worthy of the calling you have received” from God.” - Morgan Keeling, second-year student at Georgia Tech

Csf mercer

CSF Mercer

“In this fellowship, I find people who seek God, and in doing so invite others to journey with them, struggling together to discern how this path might look, how the God we are seeking might look, and where we might find the boldness to live as called.” - William Scruggs, first-year student at Mercer University

Csf at uga

“All of us yearn for genuine community—a gathering of friends in which we know we are loved and that we belong. We want the confidence that faith provides and assurance that God is with us no matter what happens to us. At CSF at UGA, we strive to engage Christ in a university context to build relationships, deepen faith, and serve others.” – CSF at UGA Development Team


Csfs in the southeast

CSFs in the Southeast

In addition to the three Georgia CSFs, others are located at:

  • Appalachian State University

  • Clemson University

  • East Carolina University

  • Furman University

  • Stetson University

  • UNC-Chapel Hill

  • Western Carolina University

  • Winthrop University

How are csfs started

How are CSFs started?

  • One church, one campus

  • Multi-church, one campus

  • One church, multi-campus

  • Multi-church, multi-campus

How are csfs funded

How are CSFs funded?

  • Each CSF receives a programming budget of $1,500 and a campus minister salary of $3,000 from the CBF/GA annual budget

  • Support from local congregations, either one-time gifts or annual contributions

  • CBF/GA State Mission Offering

  • Development Team Model

Want to get involved

Want to Get Involved?

  • Promote the State Mission Offering!

  • Annual contributions or one-time gifts

  • Connect with students visiting your congregation

  • Provide a meal or snacks for your local CSF

  • Let us know where your students are attending college

New church starts

New Church Starts

New church starts and restarts

New Church Starts and Restarts

  • CBF/GA has been committed to helping churches start and “restart” in its twenty-year history. Through the years, churches have been started in the following ways:

  • Planter-Led

  • Lay-Led

  • Hispanic/Latino Communities

New church start partnerships

New Church Start Partnerships

Within the two years, CBF/GA’s Missions Committee has presented a protocol for how new church starts may relate to CBF/GA.

  • Identity Partners

  • Affiliate Partners

  • Friendship Partners

Cornerstone baptist church gwen brown pastor snellville ga

Cornerstone Baptist ChurchGwen Brown, pastorSnellville, GA

The summit baptist church ron mccaskill pastor cairo ga

The Summit Baptist ChurchRon McCaskill, pastorCairo, GA

How to support csf and church starts

How to Support CSF and Church Starts

Make a check payable to CBF/GA and write “State Mission Offering” in the memo line.

State Mission giving envelopes can be requested from CBF/GA, found in your pew racks, or in the August-September 2013 issue of Visions.



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