The ABP article quotes the longstanding CBF policy:
The policy statement reads in full: “As Baptist Christians, we believe that the foundation of a Christian sexual ethic is faithfulness in marriage between a man and a woman and celibacy in singleness. We also believe in the love and grace of God for all people, both for those who live by this understanding of the biblical standard and those who do not. We treasure the freedom of individual conscience and the autonomy of the local church, and we also believe that congregational leaders should be persons of moral integrity whose lives exemplify the highest standards of Christian conduct and character.
“Because of this organizational value, the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship does not allow for the expenditure of funds for organizations or causes that condone, advocate or affirm homosexual practice. Neither does this CBF organizational value allow for the purposeful hiring of a staff person or the sending of a missionary who is a practicing homosexual.”
If Colleen Burroughs organization, Passport, Inc., condoned, advocated, or affirmed homosexual practice, the CBF policy would end their partnership.
Her statements as both Moderator of the CBF and as Passport, Inc. leader are problematic for both organizations.