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
This past fall, Deann and I were informed by Canadian Baptist Ministries that our time in Prague and with the EBF must come to a conclusion after sixteen years of a fruitful and rewarding partnership. The primary reason for this decision is due to a core value of CBM, which believes in establishing healthy
“If you wish to move mountains tomorrow”, says the African proverb, “You must start by lifting stones today.” The daily responsibilities and routines of lifting life’s stones can seem to blur together. It is startling to stop and realize just how quickly those days go by and before you know it, the entire terrain has
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
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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.
Maria has a history and close connection to the Casa. As a teenager, she was a “Casa kid”, one of the 140 children who receive emotional, physical, educational and spiritual support while living in prison with their parent.
One part of this work that we love is that it takes us to remote places that are often overlooked. Last month we travelled to churches around the provinces of Oruro, Potosi, and Santa Cruz to encourage them to be missional in creative, practical ways that show Christ’s love to their communities. In the little