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Louise Knowles newly appointed Coordinator for Youth Engagement & Sent Programs
This week, please be in prayer for CBM’s newest staff member, Rev. Louise Knowles, who will be stepping into the newly created position of Coordinator, Youth Engagement & SENT Programs beginning in March. This new appointment affirms CBM’s ongoing commitment to engage the next generation in global mission Please pray for Louise as she helps expand CBM’s connection to youth pastors and leaders across Canada, as well as the youth and young adults whom she will meet. Ask God to provide Louise with wisdom as she helps to deepen the SENT program which enables churches and individuals to serve and learn in a variety of contexts and locations around the world.
SENT Trip to Dominican Republic
A group of young people from across Canada are preparing to travel to Dominican Republic over their March Break, March 1-10, 2019, on a SENT trip. They will be travelling to the community of Sosúa, located in one of the most impoverished areas in the country. The team will be working alongside the Church of Reconciliation in Sosúa to the local community through children’s programs, music, sports outreach, construction and English lessons. Please pray for the team as they prepare for their trip, spiritually, physically and emotionally. Pray that they would truly embrace what they believe and live out their calling to be disciples in a world of injustice. Pray also for their safety as they travel, health for everyone involved and the people they will serve who live in this vulnerable community very different from their own. Ask God to move the hearts of the team members to become lifelong advocates for justice.
David and Suzannah Nacho
Global Field Staff David and Suzannah Nacho give thanks for the recent home assignment they’ve just concluded. They have been in Canada since November and are grateful for the meaningful times of connection they’ve shared with supporting churches and individuals over the past months. Please pray for their safety as they return to Costa Rica and help the children ease back into school routines. Uphold the CETI program they serve with in your prayers, as it seeks to strengthen the capacity of local churches, leaders, pastors and professionals by building bridges between faith and life through transformation of families, churches, work and society.