Being Planful Isn't Always Enough CBM is presently forecasting a 21.4% shortfall for this year's financial commitments. Can you help? Every year, when CBM sets our program budget we do so prayerfully and planfully. New proposals are studied for impact and measurable outcomes. Every existing
Full-time employmentThis person is responsible for the oversight and administration of the Canadian Baptist Pension and Employee Benefit plans, which combined have over 2,300 members.
Full-time employmentCBM is seeking for a Marketing and Fund Development Coordinator who will be for creating brand messaging, positioning and value propositions for CBM’s activities and programs.
This Christmas season, as we look after those close to us, and consider helping those further away, support CBM and our Foodgrains Bank programs with an extra gift, and maximize the impact of your tax-deductable, charitable giving for 2018.
A 7.5-magnitude earthquake and subsequent tsunami has devastated Indonesia’s Sulawesi island. The disaster has claimed more than 1,300 lives and has left over 61,000 people displaced and injured. They are in desperate need of food, water and shelter. Homes and buildings have been destroyed, and many survivors are still missing loved ones. CBM
We're looking for people like you who love mission. If you thrive on making sure your church is in-the-know on all things CBM, then the Champions Program is for you!
In the upcoming issue of Mosaic, Executive Director Terry Smith reflects on faith, the first article in a series on faith, hope and love in 2018.
Canadian Baptist Ministries is pleased to announce the appointment of Jonathan Wilson as a Strategic Associate, effective July 1, 2018, in the role of Senior Associate for Theological Integration.
Please join us as we celebrate the 40th anniversary of the partnership between CBM and the Africa Brotherhood Church (ABC). We praise God for the ways that this partnership has flourished over the years, and we pray that our efforts together would continue to make a difference in the lives of
Please pray for the Atlantic Baptist Women’s interMission conference, which will be held this weekend at Crandall University in Moncton. The event will feature Cheryl Bear, CBM’s Indigenous Relations Specialist, as the keynote speaker. Cheryl, who is an award-winning singer, songwriter and educator from the Nadleh Whut’en First Nations, will also