CBM Field Staff André Sibomana, based in Rwanda, has been appointed Deputy Team Leader for Africa. We praise God for this new development, as he will provide an African voice to the leadership of our work in the region. In this role, André will work alongside CBM’s African church partners to determine and accomplish
CBM is pleased to announce the appointment of National Field Staff André Sibomana as Africa Deputy Team Leader, effective immediately.
Canadian Baptists participated with a very different social group known as Children of Hope. Initially, we used the term “orphans and vulnerable children (OVC)” in Rwanda to identify them.
Earlier this week, CBM staff welcomed Laetitia Dusabimana to our Mississauga office for a short visit. Please join us in praying for Laetitia, who is the head of the women’s department for the Association of Baptist Churches of Rwanda, our partner in the region. She implements women empowerment programs and gives
Please join us in praying for CBM Field Staff Gato Munyamasoko who serves in Rwanda. Gato recently re-joined the CBM team following a five-year term as the head of the Association of Baptist Churches of Rwanda (AEBR), CBM’s partner in the area. Under his leadership, the denomination saw significant church growth.
Gato Munyamasoko is rejoining CBM as Field Staff following his five-year term as the head of the Association of Baptist Churches of Rwanda (AEBR).
Aaron and Erica Kenny serve as CBM’s Africa Team Leaders and are based in Kenya. In a recent update, the Kennys shared the following prayer requests: * We continue to pray for peace in South Sudan. The recently announced plan of President Salva Kiir to extend his term by another three years has been branded
Please join us in praying for CBM Field Staff Darrell and Laura Lee Bustin who are based in Rwanda. Darrell is currently leading seminars on Family Ministry for pastors and church leaders in seven different regions in the country. Please pray for strength and endurance, as Darrell plans to maintain a busy
In February, a team of eight people arrived in Kigali from Grande Prairie, Alberta. They were to be in Rwanda for 19 days, but this was not a holiday. They were a Short Term Ministry team (STM) whose members had travelled a long way from home in order to Serve and Learn. They are from
Although the literacy rate among young women in Rwanda has improved over the last decade, about 50% of women living in the Association of Baptist Churches of Rwanda (AEBR) communities are illiterate. Many are in this situation because of the events surrounding the 1994 genocide that further eroded the ability of families to send their