One of the advantages of zoom is that it can bring together peoples in isolation in other countries. While this can occur in English, there are now also a number of breaking of breads given in other languages. These can be of great benefit for those who are not only isolated by geography but also isolated by language. A list of known online breaking of bread is provided here. The aim is to ensure that brothers and sisters who speak other languages benefit from regular breaking of breads in their own language and receive the fellowship that they can from these meetings.
Visit CBM Media for all kinds of resources for use in the MIssion field – exhortations, Bible Classes, and preaching videos.
CBM Worldwide Annual Report and Accounts 2022
The CBM Annual Report and Accounts provides a summary of activity in 2022 and details of our audited accounts.
Copies of the document are available from the CBM Treasurer: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The CBM Handbook is for all CBM workers and contains sections on: CBM structure; Job profiles; Welfare Guide; Field Worker Guide; Problems in the Mission Field; Motor Vehicle Use; and Interviewing Candidates for Baptism.
CBM workers in the UK may request a copy by email.
The following courses are downloadable from this site:
Basic Bible Teaching (Introductory course)
CBM 40 lesson course (Basic course)
CBM 18 lesson course (Basic course)
Exploring the Bible (Basic course)
Learning about your Bible (Basic course)
Understanding the Bible (Advanced course)
Philippians (Advanced course)
New life in Christ (Advanced course)
The Gospel of Matthew (Follow-up course)
Practical lessons from James (Follow-up course)
Acts of the Apostles (Follow-up course)
Bible Principles from Genesis (Follow-up course)
For information about courses in other languages, see the link man for the country concerned or direct enquiries to the Literature Secretary, Ivor Southgate.
Literature is also available in the following languages:
Albanian, Amharic, Arabic, Bemba, Bosnian, Bulgarian, Chichewa, Croatian, Czech and Slovak, Dutch, Estonian, French, Georgian, German, Hebrew, Hungarian, Italian, Kiswahili, Latvian, Lithuanian, Macedonian, Maltese, Norwegian, Nyakusa, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Shona, Spanish, Turkish, Ugandan languages.
ACBM Asian literature list