News from the
Mission Field

In an effort to keep you up to date on the activities of the mission ecclesias, we continually collect news and reports from the field.

July 8, 2024

Mexico Study Weekend

By Bro. David Collister

I arrived in Guadalajara, Mexico on Friday, May 17th, after a fairly short flight of just over three hours. As I got off the plane, I could feel the heat in the jetway. I was told that this was the hottest time of the year in the Guadalajara area, and that when the rains started in June, the temperature would drop a little. continue reading

  • July 2, 2024

    Visit to Barbados

    By Bro. Ian Macfarlane

    We have had the pleasure to visit Barbados since 2019. During this time, we have been able to learn from and get to know the lovely brother and sisters that live on this beautiful Island. continue reading

  • June 10, 2024

    Outreach in Guyana

    By Bro. Clive Drepaul

    Some months ago, an idea occurred to follow up the outreach of 2022 at Kilcoy with another over the February holiday in 2024. Given the green light from the two link brethren Rafeek Soolaman and Mark Carr, the Kilcoy Ecclesia proceeded as planned. continue reading

  • June 4, 2024

    Update / Status Report on

    By CBMA/C News

    Quite a bit of progress has been made in the past few years on a Spanish language online Bible study platform at managed by Bro. Kevin Hunter. As you will see below, he has put together a group of Brothers and Sisters volunteering from all over the world. continue reading

  • March 16, 2024

    Haiti Update

    By Bro. Bill Hlina

    In recent weeks we have had an overwhelming number of requests regarding the welfare of the brothers and sisters in Haiti. The truth came to Haiti only about 15 years ago, primarily due to the work of brother Esmath Sainval. He was formerly trained as a pastor who having disagreements with the doctrines of his church, began a Saturday Bible class in his home, resulting in the conversion of a small group who were baptized into Christ. An ecclesia was formed late in 2009. continue reading

  • March 11, 2024

    El Salvador Bible School

    By Bro. Jim & Sis. Jean Hunter

    Once again God blessed us with the privilege of attending the school over the New Year's weekend. Visitors from other countries began arriving several days early and were entertained and taken on outings by their Salvadoran hosts. One busload went to the town of Usulután to share the day with the little ecclesia there. They were treated to a delicious lunch followed by a Bible talk. Other days they spent getting to know each other, visiting local parks and lakes and sharing meals. continue reading

  • March 11, 2024

    Guyana Sunday School and Youth Group Initiative

    By Bre. Mark Carr & Rafeek Soolaman

    The Truth in Guyana South America has a long rich history, reaching back as far the earliest days of the birth of our community in the late 1800’s. There has been a continual ecclesial presence in Guyana since that time. Today, there are 5 active ecclesias 3 are located in the capital of Georgetown, and 2 are approximately 2 hours outside of Georgetown in the region of Berbice. One of those ecclesias in Berbice is the Kilcoy Ecclesia, and some very exciting growth has been seen lately in this tiny lampstand. continue reading

  • March 11, 2024

    Visit to St. Lucia

    By Bro. Martin & Sis. Lois Webster

    We no sooner arrived at the Mission Apt., than to be met by our landlady’s helpers telling us that she had just died. Doris Bailey was 97 and had been failing for some weeks. This was not surprising since she’d been ill for a while. Owing to family constraints, the funeral would not be until 7th February, and Linkman, Bro. Mike LeDuke, asked if we could stay an additional week to represent the Christadelphians on that occasion. We were able to move our flight and we got to know Doris’ niece, Ruth McFarlane quite well as she came quite often to sort things out and prepare the house for the reception following the funeral service at the Methodist church in Castries. continue reading

  • March 11, 2024

    Beautiful Costa Rica

    By Bro. David Collister

    Costa Rica is a beautiful country with a warm, tropical climate year-round. The beaches, highly sought out by tourists, can be quite hot and humid, but the central valley, where many of the major cities are located, is about 4,000 feet (1,160 meters) above sea level, and because of this, the temperatures there are quite temperate. continue reading

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