The Convention comprises 28 Administrative Units, 4 Missionary Areas, 1032 organized churches with a membership of over 100,000 registered Christians.
To achieve her mission of ministering to the whole person, the Cameroon Baptist Convention operates 10 Departments; the Evangelism and Missions, Health, Christian Education, Education, Cooperating Missions, Finance and Development, Youth and Students, Men, Women, Communication and Publication Departments respectively.
The CBC exists to glorify God by proclaiming the Gospel holistically in Cameroon and beyond in obedience to the Great Commission of our Lord Jesus Christ as led by the Holy Spirit.
The primary purpose of the Cameroon Baptist Convention Evangelism & Missions Department is to promote the proclamation of the Good News of Salvation in Christ and to encourage Christian fellowship, strengthen member churches and in unity, carry out the mission of Jesus Christ in Cameroon and throughout the world through preaching, teaching, prayer and social ministries.
The Cameroon Baptist Convention Health Board seeks to assist in the provision of care to all who need it as an expression of Christian love and as a means of witness in order that they might be brought to God through Jesus Christ.
The CBC Women’s’ Union exists to glorify God through the lives of women by equipping them to grow in their faith, share the love of Christ, fellowship and worship God, and build relationship with other women , from Church to national level.
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CBC Celebrates the life of a great leader, Late Mr. Tetevi Bodylawson. He was former CBC President and Education Secretary. He put in over 27 years in the Education Department of the CBC. A funeral service in his honour took place Saturday November 10, 2018 at Mizpah Baptist Church Limbe. It was a heavily attended […]
The unrest and conflict that began in the English-speaking regions of Cameroon in late 2016 continues to spread and intensify. Caught in the crossfire are thousands of innocent civilians who suffer death, injury, destruction of property, arrest without charge and displacement from their homes. Current UN estimates indicate more than 300,000 internally displaced persons. NAB […]
The situation in Cameroon has reached alarming proportions with many deaths of both civilians and military. The attendant humanitarian needs are very desperate. Without boring you with the history of our country and crisis; the two English speaking regions make up about 20% of the population and has been subject to complications common with minority […]