This one-of-a-kind work has been donated by Canadian artist Gene Tempelmeyer and is available only through the 323 Collective.
Our Hey! It's Not Fair lessons continue with this special Christmas 2018 instalment. Download the PDF from the link provided.
A team of women mentors from across Canada will be in Kenya from November 22 to December 3 to serve alongside CBM’s partner, the African Christian Church and Schools (ACCS). During the trip, the team will be hosting a three-day conference to mentor ACCS female pastors and leaders. The volunteers are participating in CBM’s SENT
November 25 is the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. “Violence against women continues to be an obstacle to achieving equality, development, peace as well as to the fulfillment of women and girls’ human rights,” says information from the United Nations (UN). Statistics show that 1 in 3 women
Based in Lebanon, Emad and Almess Botros serve as CBM Field Staff. Emad is a lecturer at the Arab Baptist Theological Seminary (ABTS), which equips church leaders for service in Arab. He also develops Bible commentaries and other resources for ministry in the Middle Eastern and North African context. Together, the Botroses mentor students to help them
A team from Burlington Missionary Baptist Church in Ontario will be embarking on a 10-day trip to northern Thailand on November 20. The team is participating in CBM’s SENT program, which provides Canadians with hands-on global discipleship experiences and opportunities to serve when they return home. Please pray for their safety
Please join us in praying for the Canadian Baptist Youth and Family Team (CBYF), which will be holding their bi-annual meetings this week. The meetings will take place on Wednesday and Thursday at the head office of the Canadian Baptists of Ontario and Quebec. The CBYF consists of youth leaders from across Canada, representing our various denominational partners. Please pray for the leaders as
November 20 is Universal Children’s Day, which promotes international togetherness and improving the welfare of children worldwide. “Universal Children's Day offers each of us an inspirational entry-point to advocate, promote and celebrate children's rights, translating into dialogues and actions that will build a better world for children,” says information from the United
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November 19 is World Toilet Day, which raises awareness about improving hygiene and sanitation practices around the world to prevent the spread of disease. About 60 per cent of the global population either have no toilet at home or one that doesn’t safely manage waste, says information from the United Nations. At schools around the world, 900 million children also