A team of women mentors from across Canada will be in Kenya from November 22 to December 3 to serve alongside CBM’s partner, the African Christian Church and Schools (ACCS). During the trip, the team will be hosting a three-day conference to mentor ACCS female pastors and leaders. The volunteers are participating in CBM’s SENT
Aaron and Erica Kenny are based in Kenya and serve as CBM’s Africa Team Leaders. They provide leadership and support to field staff across the continent and work alongside our church partners. Pray for continued wisdom and guidance for the Kennys as they serve in this capacity. They also direct CBM’s
In August 2018, we held the fourth summer of Kamp Tumaini in Kenya. Volunteers from across Canada, from New Brunswick to British Colombia, joined us in leading three camps with our Kenyan partners. Along with days of music, fun, and laughter, the camps provided times for sharing, prayer, and encouragement.
Please join us in praying for CBM Field Staff Ruth Munyao, who is based in Kenya. In her role, Ruth manages CBM’s food security program in Africa and ensures that best practices are modeled. Please pray that God would give Ruth wisdom and grace as she supports food security staff and seeks to implement sustainable farming practices
A team of eight youth will be leaving for a trip to Kenya through CBM’s SENT program on August 15, returning on August 29. The youth participated in this year’s SERVE event – a week-long opportunity to serve their community, make new friendships and deepen their walk with God – which was hosted by
Aaron and Erica Kenny serve as CBM’s Africa Team Leaders and are based in Kenya. In a recent update, the Kennys shared the following prayer requests: * We continue to pray for peace in South Sudan. The recently announced plan of President Salva Kiir to extend his term by another three years has been branded
Local churches in Garissa County are asking for prayer as they have experienced heavy rainfall in the past few weeks which has made the Tana River overflow. Over 70% of Tana River county has been flooded and only a small amount of the land remains accessible. It is reported that dozens
Drought, hunger, civil con ict and violence in parts of the Horn of Africa led to an in ux of hundreds of refugees into Kenya’s North Eastern Province (NEP). Those seeking refuge in NEP desperately hold on to hope for a new life and be er future. Tension and insecurities continue to haunt the region,