Cheryl Bear

CBM Indigenous Relations Specialist Cheryl Bear will be arriving in Ontario next week to speak and perform at conferences and churches. This weekend, Cheryl will be one of the speakers at “Walking the Good Way Together”, an Indigenous conference hosted by the Trent Valley Association of Baptist Churches. The event will

Emo Yango

CBM Field Staff Emo Yango is based in Canada and supports CBM projects in Southeast Asia. In his role, he provides leadership training, theological education and oversees local Bible translation projects. In a recent update, Emo shared the following prayer requests:  In preparation for my next training/teaching trip, I will spend the next month or

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Pastor Duodu

CBM Field Staff Conrad and Fiona Kwok will be introducing Pastor Duodu – a Myanmese pastor with a heart for the Lahu tribe – to Canadian Baptist churches from October 18-31. Pastor Duodu has a vision to bring the gospel to 100 remote Lahu villages in the next 10 years. The Lahu people are an ethnic minority group that maintains a traditional farming

World Food Day

October 16 is World Food Day, which promotes awareness about the need for food security around the world. According to the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), more than 820 million people are suffering from chronic undernourishment. This year’s theme is “Our Actions are our Future”, which challenges us to

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SENT Trips to Germany

Teams from two churches in Ontario will be travelling to Germany to serve through CBM’s SENT program, which provides Canadians with hands-on global discipleship experiences. The team from Richmond Hill Christian Community Church will depart on October 10 to Gottingen to serve alongside CBM Field Staff Lewis and Felain Lam during their 10-day

International Day of Peace

September 21 is the United Nations’ (UN) International Day of Peace. This day is “devoted to strengthening the ideals of peace, both within and among all nations and peoples,” says information from the UN. This year’s theme, “The Right to Peace,” also celebrates the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. We pray that peace