Our team arrived at Pearson airport at 2:30am. Two flights, a plane de-icing in New York from too much snow, and a scenic view from above of the Dominican Republic, we've arrived at our destination! One of the youth noted "Since I had been here before, when we first came down to the Dominican it was like coming home again. It feels like we're at home." Here's some of the
Last week, our Canadian Baptist Youth and Family team met together. This semi-annual gathering allows us to pray and discuss what opportunities might be available for us nationally. CB Youth & Family team exists to advocate for and make possible national and global synergies in the areas of youth, family and young adult ministry. In order to achieve this, there are four objectives: Make possible both national and global youth and
"We will not hide these truths from our children; we will tell the next generation about the glorious deeds of the Lord, about his power and his mighty wonders." (Psalms 78:4 NLT) This is the call for all Christians. And that call begins with prayer. This Sunday, Canadian Baptist churches from sea to sea to sea will join together to pray for the youth who are with—and surround—your faith community.
Prayer is central to our faith. When we gather to pray, we seek God’s will for a common purpose or issue. On Sunday, June 14, we ask you to join Canadian Baptist churches across Canada in praying for the upcoming generation. The Canadian Baptist Youth & Family Team (comprised of representatives from Canadian Baptist Ministries, Convention of Atlantic Baptist Churches, Canadian Baptists of Western Canada and CBOQ) are planning a National