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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Our 2013 Goal is $50,000!
“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
“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
In addition to the three Georgia CSFs, others are located at:
Within the two years, CBF/GA’s Missions Committee has presented a protocol for how new church starts may relate to CBF/GA.
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.