Our love for God and his mission is rooted in the fact that He first loved us and rescued us in our brokenness. As a sign of our gratitude to Him, we willingly and enthusiastically accept His invitation to join Him in His mission to build shalom – peace with justice.
Globally, girls and women continue to face the effects of gender inequity. We believe that women should have equal access to education, health care and job opportunities. Join us as we raise our voice on behalf of marginalized girls and women, so they can fulfil their God-give potential. Learn how your church can get involved.
An outbreak of Ebola has occurred in Democratic Republic of Congo’s North Kivu Province – one of CBM’s main project areas in the country. Health officials suspect that Ebola has claimed the lives of at least 33 people, as they each died from unidentified hemorrhagic fevers. Our church partner, the Baptist Church in Central Africa (CBCA),
August 9 is the United Nations' International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples. This year, the theme focuses on the current situation of Indigenous territories and the root causes of migration. It also highlights trans-border movement and