The Huttons serve alongside CBM’s partners, the Bolivian Baptist Union (UBB) and its development arm OBADES, to build and support effective ministries. These include caring for vulnerable children and women, promoting local economic development, health care initiatives, food security, and responsible environmental practices. They strive to empower local churches to care for their communities through holistic ministries, expanding the seminary’s capacity to train leaders and improve accessibility to theological education and resources.
Kallie studied theology and development at Horizon Seminary. She has since completed a graduate program in international development and is currently pursuing a M.A. in Theology through Acadia Divinity College. Tim holds a B.A. for the University of Saskatchewan, and a Master of Library and Information Science degree from McGill University. He has also undertaken a graduate program in international development through the University of British Columbia and is currently pursuing doctoral studies at McMaster Divinity College.
Both from Saskatchewan, Tim and Kallie have been married for over ten years and now call Bolivia home.