Groups of Hope Atlantic Canada

In November, Faith Holwyn and I visited Atlantic Canada, Visiting several churches and women’s groups. The New Sessions of the Groups of Hope “Hearing God’s Call for a Closer Relationship” were introduced and expand the use of the Groups of Hope in bringing Hope and healing to women around the world. In

Its Hard Not to Stare

mosaic invited two junior reporters to interview Tim Huff, author of the Compassion Series books, which are being used in elementary schools across Canada to educate and inspire children around challenging topics. Book 1 is entitled The Cardboard Shack Beneath the Bridge: Helping Children Understand Homelessness. Book 2 is entitled, It’s Hard Not To

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Musings in the Mosque

By Laurena Zondo Sheikh Muhammad Abu Zaid, President of the Sunni Religious Court in Saida (city in South Lebanon) and leader of a local mosque, and Martin Accad, Director of the Institute of Middle East Studies of the Arab Baptist Theological Seminary (ABTS) in Beirut are building bridges of friendship and understanding among Christians

Time for Recess – A Photo Essay of Compassion in Action

KINGSWAY BAPTIST CHURCH IN ETOBICOKE, Ontario recognized a particular need in their community and are reaching out to fill it. The recess Program provides children with special needs and their siblings a safe place to share one-to-one play time with a buddy chosen just for them. Brothers and sisters, who often shoulder greater responsibility

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Vive el Mexico!

In July, Jeff was invited to roll out HORIZONTES (Horizons Spanish) to the Latin American world at the first gathering of young Baptists from countries across Central and South America as well as the Caribbean. JUBLA (the Baptist Youth Organization of Latin America) had issued the invitation to present Horizons and for

The Chagas Prevention Project

At CBM we support a range of projects through which you can serve and get involved. Some examples would be at-risk Children, Leadership Training, and Health Care initiatives. While we try to expose teams to many of the different projects we support, this year the majority have served with the Chagas for at least