The Bustins work with CBM’s church partner, the Association of Baptist Churches of Rwanda (AEBR). Darrell’s primary focus is in pastoral training and church leadership development. He works both with pastors, as well as those studying to be pastors and church leaders. Laura Lee oversees the administrative details for the short-term mission (SENT) teams that come to Rwanda.
André Sibomana serves with CBM in Rwanda as Africa Deputy Team Leader. In this role, André works alongside CBM’s African church partners to determine and accomplish shared objectives, as well as provide support to the Africa Team Leaders by helping to coach and empower our Global Field Staff. He also supports Canadian church
CBM is pleased to announce the appointment of Gato Munyamasoko as National Field Staff, effective immediately.
CBM is pleased to announce the appointment of National Field Staff André Sibomana as Africa Deputy Team Leader, effective immediately.
Earlier this week, CBM staff welcomed Laetitia Dusabimana to our Mississauga office for a short visit. Please join us in praying for Laetitia, who is the head of the women’s department for the Association of Baptist Churches of Rwanda, our partner in the region. She implements women empowerment programs and gives
Aaron and Erica Kenny, CBM’s Africa Team Leaders based in Kenya, shared the following prayer requests in a recent update: We pray for the Association of Rwandan Baptist Churches as they complete a round of reforms this month aimed at strengthening accountability and decision making within the denomination. Please join us in praying for the
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
Although the literacy rate among young women in Rwanda has improved over the last decade, about 50% of women living in the Association of Baptist Churches of Rwanda (AEBR) communities are illiterate. Many are in this situation because of the events surrounding the 1994 genocide that further eroded the ability of families to send their