Cuba Partner Visit

This week Latin America Team Leaders Bruno and Kathleen Soucy are in Cuba along with CBM staff members Brenda Halk and Patricia Echegoyan. They will be meeting with our Cuban church partner, the Fraternity of Baptist Churches in Cuba (FEBAC) and assessing opportunities for growth across numerous ministries and locations. Please pray for safe travel as they visit various

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Election of New Leadership in Rwanda

CBM National Field Staff, Andre Sibomana asks for your prayers for the upcoming leadership elections of our church partner, the Association of Baptist Churches of Rwanda (AEBR), on April 19. Writes Andre, "These next 10 days ahead for AEBR leaders, are very much critical. We will appreciate your prayers as they need to have peace of mind, staying

Canadian Baptist Women’s team in Cuba

A SENT team of five Canadian Baptist women, left for Cuba on Saturday, April 7 and will return on the 16th. The team is serving, sharing with and learning from our partner, the Fraternity of Baptist Churches in Cuba (FIBAC). Please pray that both the team and the leaders of FIBAC will have a positive experience building relationships as they serve alongside one

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Renewed Food Assistance Projects

Canadian Baptists are founding members of the Canadian Foodgrains Bank. Through this network, along with assistance from the Government of Canada, we have provided millions of dollars in support of hungry people. Please pray for these projects that have recently received approval for continued financial support:LebanonThe ongoing conflict in this region has

South Sudan

Canadian Baptists have been supporting the food assistance project of Faith Evangelical Baptist Church (FEBAC) inside South Sudan for the past four years. In a country deeply divided by violence, churches need to stand as a light to many in need. Through our membership in the Foodgrains Bank, CBM has provided funding for emergency relief and food assistance in Juba

Church Closures in Rwanda

National Field Staff André Sibomana reports that the government of Rwanda has been cracking down on churches in an effort to curb fraud and corruption. Unfortunately, these efforts have also mistakenly included legitimate churches, including some from our partner, the Association of Baptist Churches of Rwanda (AEBR). Some AEBR congregations are now entering Holy