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SENT Intensive: A Three-Month Cross-Cultural Ministry Experience

For the next three months this group of young adults will be living in Roxas City, Capiz, Philippines as part of Canadian Baptist Ministries (CBM) SENT Program.  For the first time ever, CBM’s SENT program, together with our Filipino partners, are providing young people with an opportunity to experience what it is like to live and […]

Mutuality in Mission: Churches Working Together to Spread the Gospel

On April 8th, a Canadian Baptist Ministries SENT Team from Grace Memorial Baptist Church in Fredericton, New Brunswick arrived in Roxas City.  Months and months of planning and preparations were finally behind them and they were eager to experience all that God had in store for them in the Philippines. They made the decision to […]

An Expanding Partnership: CBM and KPM Sign MOU

This past weekend marked a historic event for the work of Canadian Baptist Ministries (CBM) in the Philippines.  Since 2010 CBM has enjoyed working with Kabuganaan Philippines Ministries and, through an annual project agreement, have been working together in four mission communities (Lucero, Aglongon, Hopevale, and Libas) in Capiz province to carry-out various community development activities, particularly […]

Practical Theological Education: Strengthening Pastors for Integral Mission

This week marks the launch of a new 3-year practical theological education program for pastors in Capiz province.  Capiz Continuing Theological Education Program, known as CCTEP, will involve over 30 pastors from all regions of Capiz province.  Over the three years, each participant will complete a total of 18 courses (6 per year), with topics […]

FOOD FOR LIFE: The first year…and the year ahead

Food For Life is a cooperative that began in November 2017 through the partnership of Kabuganaan Philippines Ministries (KPM) and Canadian Baptist Ministries (CBM).  Farming is not easy work, and here in the Philippines, it is very difficult to earn a living.  In fact, most small rural farmers are among the poorest members of society […]

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