It shouldn’t matter where in the world you are born, but it does! The poor in developing countries bear a disproportionate burden of communicable diseases and health issues. They have increased exposure and risk through malnutrition, lack of affordable health care services, poor health and unsafe living conditions. Ultimately, it results in a much
Canadian Baptist Ministries (CBM) is excited to announce the appointment of award-winning singer, songwriter and educator Dr. Cheryl Bear of the Nadleh Whut’en First Nation, as a Strategic Associate, effective April 1.
The prevalence of hunger is the painful evidence of global inequity and the harsh reality of poverty. CBM is committed to addressing hunger with projects that range from direct food assistance in times of crisis to longer-term food security - helping families to become confident in their ability to either produce or earn enough
Just before noon on Tuesday, March 6th, Virginia Keith went to be with her Lord, surrounded by her husband and her three children. Her final week was spent in hospital struggling with several health issues. Her homegoing was peaceful as John and their three children Carol, Shirley and John Gordon sang