Student.Go - a program of CBF Global Missions - provides opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students to serve among and advocate for the most neglected people in our world. Students serve for a summer or a semester alongside CBF Global Missions field personnel and ministry partners in locations around the globe. Not only do the students gain invaluable experience in cross-cultural service, they also provide crucial assistance to the ministries with which they work. Through these experiences, Student.Go strives to help students reach beyond their culture, beyond their comfort zones, and beyond themselves to be the presence of Christ in the world.
KBF would like to recognize those students who are either from Kentucky or served in Kentucky this summer!
- Taylor Bell from Louisville, KY, is a student at Candler School of Theology & member of Baptist Church of the Covenant in Birmingham, AL. Taylor served at the The Andrew P. Stewart Center.
- Anna Holladay from Louisville, KY, is a student at Wake Forest University School of Divinity and a member of Highland Baptist Church in Louisville. She worked with PASSPORT Missions.
- Kristen Pope from Louisville, KY, is a student at Transylvania University in Lexington, KY, and a member of Crescent Hill Baptist Church in Louisville, where she also served this summer.
- Two out-of-state students from Starkville, MS, who are also students at Mississippi State University, Hilary Lossou & Kaleb Schrock, served at Cresent Hill Baptist Church in Louisville.
We extend our congratulations to these students for their work in Student.Go, our thanks to the sites who hosted them, and our hope that you will share news of this fantastic program with your church and persons who might be interested! If you know an undergraduate or graduate student who might be interested in a summer or semester of advocacy work alongside CBF Field Personnel, please connect them with this website for more resources and information: http://studentdotgo.ning.com/.