Please join us in praying for Cheryl Bear, who serves as CBM’s Indigenous Relations Specialist. In her role at CBM, Cheryl provides leadership and education to Canadian Baptist churches seeking to be more engaged with First Nations communities. Pray for wisdom and guidance as Cheryl seeks to bring Indigenous issues to light within our Baptist churches. As an
A reflection by Cheryl Bear
June 21 is National Indigenous Peoples Day in Canada. “This is a day for all Canadians to recognize and celebrate the unique heritage, diverse cultures and outstanding contributions of First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples,” says information from the Government of Canada. “Although these groups share many similarities, they each have their
Since 2014, the She Matters campaign has been a significant advocacy campaign for gender equity that has educated, equipped and empowered marginalized women and girls globally. The campaign has helped raise awareness and support for initiatives that address gender bias in all spheres of society. Millions of women in our world have the
Serving in Canada Dr. Cheryl Bear of the Nadleh Whut’en First Nation is a CBM Strategic Associate. Cheryl serves as the Indigenous Relations Specialist with a focus on providing leadership and education to Canadian Baptist churches seeking to be more engaged with First Nations communities. She is an award-winning singer/songwriter and educator. As
Please pray for the newest member of CBM, Dr. Cheryl Bear of the Nadleh Whut’en First Nation. Cheryl joins CBM as Indigenous Relations Specialist. For the past year she has been the spokesperson for CBM's ongoing She Matters Campaign. In story and song Cheryl has been a great resource to our churches
Canadian Baptist Ministries (CBM) is excited to announce the appointment of award-winning singer, songwriter and educator Dr. Cheryl Bear of the Nadleh Whut’en First Nation, as a Strategic Associate, effective April 1.
Following the continued success of CBM's She Matters 4 Canada events, this spring, award-winning performer Cheryl Bear embarks on another round of concerts. During her time on stage Cheryl shares stories of Indigenous life — the joy, sorrow, faith and journey. Check out the listings below to find a She Matters 4 Canada concert near
Maria has a history and close connection to the Casa. As a teenager, she was a “Casa kid”, one of the 140 children who receive emotional, physical, educational and spiritual support while living in prison with their parent.
Cheryl Bear an award winning musician, author and theologian has partnered with CBM this year to bring focus to the issues of indigenous women in Northern BC Canada. Cheryl is a band councillor of the Nadleh Whut’en community in Northern BC. In June, Cheryl’s Ontario tour visited Ottawa, Lakefield, Mississauga and Toronto.