Gato Munyamasoko is rejoining CBM as Field Staff following his five-year term as the head of the Association of Baptist Churches of Rwanda (AEBR).
Serving Globally I have served the mission of God for over 40 years as a business manager, pastor, and professor. These days, I am overwhelmed by God’s grace in calling me to join with CBM in writing, teaching, training leaders, and learning with CBM’s partners around the world. I was born in Oklahoma City
Serving in East Asia Edgar has been a pastor in the Canadian Baptist family for many years, serving in the areas of church transformation and the planting of new congregations. Until recently, Edgar and his wife Philippa lived in Asia, serving with local churches and opening up new ministry avenues for CBM. They
Serving in Canada Dr. Cheryl Bear of the Nadleh Whut’en First Nation is a CBM Strategic Associate. Cheryl serves as the Indigenous Relations Specialist with a focus on providing leadership and education to Canadian Baptist churches seeking to be more engaged with First Nations communities. She is an award-winning singer/songwriter and educator. As part
Serving in Germany Yuanchuan Ye and Ming Gao serve with CBM in Germany as part of the Chinese Ministries team. They joined the team in 2016, working in partnership with a local organization, Forum for Mission to Chinese in Germany (FMCD). The CBM team in Germany works primarily among Chinese students, many of
Serving in Germany Xiaodan Gang serves with CBM in Germany as part of the Chinese Ministries Team. She joined the team in 2011, working in partnership with the local organization Forum for Mission to Chinese in Germany (FMCD). The CBM team in Germany works primarily among Chinese students, most of whom have never heard
CBM’s annual children’s educational mission resource gives kids the opportunity to learn about children in another part of the world through fun activities, crafts and games, Bible lessons, and to respond to God’s love through giving. Children will expand their notion of community in the world, and be moved to action.
2017 marks the fourth year of CBM’s She Matters Campaign which seeks to highlight global gender inequity. Past years have focused on girl education, microcredit for women entrepreneurs, and empowering female leaders. She Matters 4 Canada will focus on issues facing Indigenous women in Canada. CBM has invited singer/songwriter and Indigenous Leader Cheryl Bear
She Matters 3 is the next step in CBM’s campaign for gender equity, to educate, equip and empower some of the world’s most marginalized girls and women. They have the potential to be the greatest influencers for change in their families and communities, but are most often denied the chance to develop their gifts and
Then it became mom’s turn. She Matters took a second step, equipping women like Hawa in Kenya with vocational skills, business training and small grants, to help her earn family income. After her mom was killed, Hawa fled war in Somalia to live as a refugee in Kenya. She married young, then was abandoned