It is hard to believe that a decade has passed. We joined CBM young and inexperienced, our first foray into global ministry. Over the past 10 years God has faithfully formed us into seasoned Global Field Staff, deeply committed to the mission of God’s people. It has become our greatest desire to see the
Serving in Germany Yuanchuan and Ming Ye serve with CBM in Germany as part of the Chinese Ministries team. They joined the team in 2016, working in partnership with a local organization, Friends of Mission to Chinese in Germany (FMCD). The CBM team in Germany works primarily among Chinese students, many of whom
Serving in Germany Xiaodan Gang serves with CBM in Germany as part of the Chinese Ministries Team. She joined the team in 2011, working in partnership with the local organization Forum for Mission to Chinese in Germany (FMCD). The CBM team in Germany works primarily among Chinese students, most of whom have never heard
Canadian Baptist Ministries (CBM) announces the departure of Global Field Staff, Duane and Carin Guthrie, effective September 2018.
Conrad and Fiona serve as Global Field Staff in Thailand alongside CBM’s Chinese Ministries team in the areas of leadership formation and community development to train church leaders.
Canadian Baptists began to serve in Africa sixty years ago this year, working in partnership with the Evangelical Church of Angola.
The effects of climate change have been felt globally, particularly in Africa with the already existing harsh conditions.
Pastor Duodu lives in the outskirts of Tachelik, the border city of Myanmar and Thailand. He has been trained by Leprosy Mission to treat leprosy. He has a heart for the remote Lahu villages in Eastern Myanmar.
Col: 3:23”Whatever your task, put yourselves into it, as done for the Lord and not for your masters.” Under the Co323 brand, we continue to develop Marketplace ministries with both the Waddell and Guthrie families focusing on this in the Philippines. Marketplace Ministries involves fostering new initiatives, training partners to engage in the marketplace,
We’re here! Finally! In Bolivia! Or maybe I should say “We’re home!” In Mexico, I learned of the phrase “Mi casa su casa – my home is your home.” People often say this upon entering their home. So I supposed I shouldn’t have been surprised when the Bolivians, quite intentionally, welcomed us with a