Please join us in praying for CBM Field Staff Gato Munyamasoko who serves in Rwanda. Gato recently re-joined the CBM team following a five-year term as the head of the Association of Baptist Churches of Rwanda (AEBR), CBM’s partner in the area. Under his leadership, the denomination saw significant church growth.
July 30 is World Day Against Trafficking in Persons. This year’s campaign focuses on “responding to the trafficking of children and young people” – almost a third of trafficking victims around the world are children. “Every country in the world is affected by human trafficking, whether as a country of origin, transit,
Please join us in praying for Cheryl Bear, who serves as CBM’s Indigenous Relations Specialist. In her role at CBM, Cheryl provides leadership and education to Canadian Baptist churches seeking to be more engaged with First Nations communities. Pray for wisdom and guidance as Cheryl seeks to bring Indigenous issues to light within our Baptist churches. As an
Chagas disease is a silent killer among the poor in Bolivia. The disease can go undetected for years as it slowly destroys internal organs, especially the heart. Chagas is transmitted by an insect that thrives in adobe walls and thatched roofs, which are often used to construct rural homes in Bolivia.
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
Tim and Kallie Hutton, CBM Field Staff based in Bolivia, have arrived in Canada for their first home assignment. They will spend most of their time in western Canada, visiting churches and making presentations about CBM’s work in Bolivia. Please keep the Huttons in prayer, as they will spend a lot of their time on the road travelling
CBM Field Staff Bill and Janice Dyck recently celebrated their first year of serving in Bolivia. "A year ago, we were in a situation of stepping out and seeing what God would do," the Dycks shared in an update. "There were a lot of uncertainties." Today, the Dycks are happy to report that their prayers have been answered along
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
Summer has officially arrived, which means Christian camps across the country are in full swing. Please pray for the hundreds of children who will attend these camps over the next two months, and remember the staff and volunteers who work tirelessly to keep things on track. As campers take time to enjoy
CBM recently appointed new Team Leaders for the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region and Chinese Ministries. Field Staff Elie and Mireille Haddad are now leading the newly-created MENA team, which is CBM’s response to the growing opportunities in the area. The Haddads are based in Lebanon, and Elie will continue