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Carters in Europe
Global Field Staff Jeff and Deann Carter have faithfully served in Europe for the past 15 years, helping to train youth leaders alongside CBM’s partner, the European Baptist Federation. As they Carters now prepare to return to Canada for their next assignment to serve with the Baptist World Alliance, pray that they will be able to wrap up both their ministry and family details without too many challenges. Pray also for the thousands of European youth leaders who have been trained through Jeff and Deann’s work – that they would continue to be strengthened in their own ministries.
We are grateful for the prayer support, our partner, the Association of Baptist of Rwanda (AEBR), has received from Canadian Baptists in recent months. This week, the AEBR will make a major change in leadership as Pastor Emmanuel Ndagijimana replaces Gato Munyamosoko, who is stepping down as the General Secretary. Please keep Gato in your prayers as he prepares for the next season in his ministry. Also, continue to uphold the AEBR and Emmanuel in prayer and ask that God would give him the wisdom and strength he needs to lead effectively.
From Africa Team Leaders, Aaron and Erica Kenny’s recent blogpost: “Since November 2017, CBM and FEBAC [CBM’s church partner in South Sudan] have been providing monthly rations to 570 vulnerable households recently returned to the community of Melut in South Sudan’s Upper Nile State. As we help these returnees establish themselves, we recognize that many more internally displaced people are desperate for peace and an opportunity to return to their farms and homes.” Please continue to pray for the millions who have been forced to flee and are anxious to resume their lives before the conflict. Ask God to care for those families who have been impacted by violence. Pray that He would bring peace to the country again.