Bill and Janice Dyck serve in Bolivia with CBM’s oldest partner, Bolivian Baptist Union (UBB). The Dycks help to equip and mentor UBB’s leaders especially in understanding integral mission and putting it into practice. As the Dycks prepare for home assignment, please pray that they will be allowed to be away from Bolivia for over three
On July 1, 2019 we celebrate our beautiful country’s birthday. The current motto, A Mari usque ad Mare, is taken from Psalm 72, and appears on Canada's coat of arms. The original Latin motto is taken from Psalm 72: "He shall have dominion also from sea to sea, and from the river unto the ends
Carla Nelson, PhD, is CBM’s Senior Associate – Africa Liaison & Educational Specialist. She supports CBM’s initiatives, strengthening existing and exploring new educational programs with partners internationally. Pray for students at Bible College in Kigali, Rwanda as they learn about peace-building and reconciliation from Field Staff Gato Munyamasoko. Pray that Gato and the students be encouraged as they carry
The Nachos serve in the area of leadership formation and theological education in Latin America. Their ministry out of Costa Rica has local, regional and global impact through CETI (Center for Interdisciplinary Theological Studies), a learning community of students, faculty and administrators. Master’s, certificate and open course programs are used to strengthen the capacity of
André serves with CBM in Rwanda as Africa Deputy Team Leader. He works alongside CBM’s African church partners to determine and accomplish shared objectives, as well as take over for the Kennys as they move forward from CBM and into the next season in their lives. This includes helping to coach and empower our Global Field Staff.
Elie and Mireille Haddad serve with CBM in Lebanon as Team Leaders for the Middle East and North Africa region. They help the team reach organizational ends by directing, coaching and empowering CBM Field Staff and assisting our national partners. The Haddads promote their sphere of ministry both on the field and here in Canada, and
(Photo from the United Nations) On June 26, the world recognizes International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking. All across the globe, this day focuses on awareness about the harm that illicit drugs cause and identifies steps to move towards a society that does not use, abuse and traffic illegal drugs. According to