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.

February 14, 2023

Costa Rica Bible School and Baptisms

By Bro. David Collister, Link Brother to Costa Rica

I always look forward to the yearly Bible School in Costa Rica. I’m not too fond of the flight down since it is usually a red-eye flight, leaving just after midnight and flying all night, but the enthusiasm and spirituality of the group and the enriching experiences always makes it worth it. continue reading

  • May 16, 2014

    New Missionaries in La Paz – First Update

    By Shimon and Jo Spina

    It has been nearly 10 months  since we moved to La Paz, we have had our work cut out adjusting to the culture, learning Spanish and working with the members and contacts. La Paz is a colorful city, blockades, demonstrations and street parades are all very much part of everyday life here, as well as street markets selling everything from fresh trout to cocoa leaves. continue reading

  • May 12, 2014

    Jamaica – Stewardship Workshop at Round Hill Ecclesia

    By Brother Phil Snobelen

    In a number of our Lord’s parables we find an emphasis on the importance of the “faithful and wise steward”.  For several reasons, the CBMJ decided to hold a Stewardship Workshop and the Round Hill Ecclesia hosted it on Saturday, February 15th.  This was follow-up on an evening session at the Yearend Bible School, and an extra activity on the CBMJ 2014 Calendar of Events, which already had 15 items scheduled for this year.  It was therefore uncertain how many would be able to attend.  continue reading

  • April 7, 2014

    In which I am amazed

    By Sister Colleen Uiga

    According to my guide book, over a third of the 16-17 million Chileans live in Santiago, the capital. It is a booming metropolis nestled between some pretty large mountains, aka the Andes, and a fascinating combination of 400 year old churches and modern skyscrapers. It boasts some pretty fantastic public transportation, including and extensive bus and metro system. continue reading

  • March 19, 2014

    Christmas Vacation in Puerto Rico

    By Brother Martin and Sister Kathy Owen

    Puerto Rico is one of the bigger islands in the Caribbean with a population of close to 4 million. It is an American territory or commonwealth and Puerto Ricans have US citizenship. continue reading

  • March 12, 2014

    Argentina Report

    By Sister Colleen Uiga

    Hello again from Córdoba, Argentina, the little part of Europe that ended up in South America! Hello from the land of tango, the land of gauchos, the land from which the current Pope hails, and the land that will take your breath away with its scope, diversity, and beauty. Hello from a land so different from my own, so diverse, with many stories to be told. continue reading

  • February 24, 2014

    The Message Does Not Change!

    By Bro. Ken Curry

    In looking through an old diary, two advertisments for Christadelphian Bible Mission lectures caught my attention.  They announced a series of public lectures to be held at the Institute of Jamaica in downtown Kingston in March 1959. continue reading

  • February 16, 2014

    Trinidad Baptisms


    Bro. Brad Butts let us know that two lovely young Sunday School teenagers have been baptized in the Erin Ecclesia.  While only 15 and 16 they have been strong students of scripture for a number of years and were anxious to make the commitment to Christ.  continue reading

  • At 7:20 a.m. on Saturday 2 November, in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, our Brother Gordon Dangerfield fell asleep in Christ. He was born in Adelaide, Australia on the 2nd of July 1946 and was baptised into Christ in that same city on the 4th of April 1965. continue reading

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