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Woman's eyes

Where faith is under siege

CBS partners with the Bible Societies of Syria, Lebanon and Jordan to address the spiritual needs of refugees, supplying volunteers with Scriptures and Bible-based Trauma Healing training.

Open Bible

Embracing doubts

Julia was gifted with a Bible through the through Catholic Christian Outreach (CCO), a university student movement dedicated to evangelization.

Woman with child

“The burden in my heart and soul has gone”

CBS partners with the Bible Societies of Syria, Austria, Lebanon and Jordan to address the spiritual needs of refugees, supplying volunteers with Scriptures and Bible-based Trauma Healing training.

Elderly woman with Bible

“If you give me 500 Bibles, I can give you 500 souls back”

Zhou, a local preacher in China, drives home the urgency of getting Bibles to people while the door is open.

Two women

Trauma Healing

When people hear God speak, wounded hearts are healed, and disrupted lives are restored

Generations under siege

A tragic number of young people feel crushed by powerful social and economic forces, leaving them hopeless and in despair. What, they ask, is the basis for hope? And who will help?

cyclists raising their bicycles

Volunteers step up for mental health support of members of Canadian Forces

The efforts and commitments of volunteers are vital to the ministry of helping people hear God speak through Scripture.

Two women

Gunfire in the Dark

“I feel like someone is speaking from deep inside my heart when I read the Bible in my language.”

Elderly woman reading a Bible

Impact for Generations

Madam Niu’s father preached the gospel in China for over fifty years, from age 18, until the Cultural Revolution in 1966 saw him publicly punished, humiliated, and tortured.

Bible

Faithful and committed in any language

Translating the Bible is complex in ‘normal’ times, and collaboration can be challenging at the best of times. COVID-19 brought more complications, and some teams were stalled or delayed due to lack of access to trained specialists or simply because they were unable...
Woman's eyes

Where faith is under siege

CBS partners with the Bible Societies of Syria, Lebanon and Jordan to address the spiritual needs of refugees, supplying volunteers with Scriptures and Bible-based Trauma Healing training.

Open Bible

Embracing doubts

Julia was gifted with a Bible through the through Catholic Christian Outreach (CCO), a university student movement dedicated to evangelization.

Woman with child

“The burden in my heart and soul has gone”

CBS partners with the Bible Societies of Syria, Austria, Lebanon and Jordan to address the spiritual needs of refugees, supplying volunteers with Scriptures and Bible-based Trauma Healing training.

Elderly woman with Bible

“If you give me 500 Bibles, I can give you 500 souls back”

Zhou, a local preacher in China, drives home the urgency of getting Bibles to people while the door is open.

Two women

Trauma Healing

When people hear God speak, wounded hearts are healed, and disrupted lives are restored

Generations under siege

A tragic number of young people feel crushed by powerful social and economic forces, leaving them hopeless and in despair. What, they ask, is the basis for hope? And who will help?

cyclists raising their bicycles

Volunteers step up for mental health support of members of Canadian Forces

The efforts and commitments of volunteers are vital to the ministry of helping people hear God speak through Scripture.

Two women

Gunfire in the Dark

“I feel like someone is speaking from deep inside my heart when I read the Bible in my language.”

Elderly woman reading a Bible

Impact for Generations

Madam Niu’s father preached the gospel in China for over fifty years, from age 18, until the Cultural Revolution in 1966 saw him publicly punished, humiliated, and tortured.

Bible

Faithful and committed in any language

Translating the Bible is complex in ‘normal’ times, and collaboration can be challenging at the best of times. COVID-19 brought more complications, and some teams were stalled or delayed due to lack of access to trained specialists or simply because they were unable...