CETI Brazil

In March David was in São Paolo, Brazil teaching a joint Open Course and On Campus Course about Narrative.  The course was bilingual, David taught in both Spanish and Portuguese and was attended by over 30 students.  Students were deeply encouraged by studying the scriptures together, and challenged to be instruments of change in their

Middle East Consultation (MEC) 2018

As you all know, June is the most busy month of the year as we hold our annual Middle East consultation as well as celebrating with our graduates. Through the course of MEC 2018 (18 – 22 June) we will work toward discerning a Biblically grounded theology of Islam and religion which constructively informs

Bruno visits the Dominican Republic

In the Dominican Republic (DR) Bruno attended the annual gathering of the Baptist Churches of DR (IBAREDO) and visited several member churches. All the churches except one have bi-vocational pastors and typically are located in small rural or poorer urban communities. Nearly all the IBAREDO churches are actively engaged with their community – teaching kids music, engaging youth in

When Canada Meets Rwanda

In February, a team of eight people arrived in Kigali from Grande Prairie, Alberta.  They were to be in Rwanda for 19 days, but this was not a holiday.  They were a Short Term Ministry team (STM) whose members had travelled a long way from home in order to Serve and Learn.  They are from

Edgar W.

Serving in East Asia Edgar has been a pastor in the Canadian Baptist family for many years, serving in the areas of church transformation and the planting of new congregations. Until recently, Edgar and his wife Philippa lived in Asia, serving with local churches and opening up new ministry avenues for CBM. They

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Cheryl Bear

Serving in Canada Dr. Cheryl Bear of the Nadleh Whut’en First Nation is a CBM Strategic Associate. Cheryl serves as the Indigenous Relations Specialist with a focus on providing leadership and education to Canadian Baptist churches seeking to be more engaged with First Nations communities. She is an award-winning singer/songwriter and educator. As

Theological Education

We hope this update finds you well. Thank you for your continued prayers and support of the work God is doing in Latin America through theological education and academic discipleship. We believe that this year’s courses will be life giving to our students. A lot of the teaching we do is online. Just the other