The reach of the ministries of The Good News Broadcasting Association of Canada extends far beyond our borders.
God is at work around the world, and we are privileged to be in partnership with like-minded, like-hearted international ministries impacting the world around us with faithful, trustworthy Bible teaching and engagement. Through your support, together, God enables US to make an international impact.
Help us reach our International Goal!
Our Bible-teaching and engagement programs air on radio throughout hard-to-reach regions across India and Sri Lanka, much of Asia, the United Kingdom, English-speaking Africa, and most recently, the Caribbean. In 2022, ministry programs were listened to online in over 130 countries!
Thousands of Bible-teaching resources, books and a variety of print resources have been and continue to be translated and produced in multiple languages, reaching so many who are hungering for the truth of God's Word.
International Pastors' Bible teaching conferences - in partnership with Back to the Bible India and Sri Lanka, your international gifts provide financial, logistical, and training support for national pastors, including Bible teaching instruction by Back to the Bible Canada's Dr. John Neufeld. In 2023 we are looking to welcome upwards of 1000 pastors and Christian leaders. Your commitment and support for international ministry partners is impacting countless pastors and church congregations by increasing excellence in expositional Bible teaching.
"Refreshing to hear a preacher finally presenting grace correctly and completely, without worrying about anyone's doctrinal sensitivities."
"Partnership with Back to the Bible Canada has immensely strengthened the ministry of Bible teaching in India by providing quality resources through different platforms such as Bible seminars, Radio broadcast and literature."
"I had bitterness in my heart against our political leaders, but your article which spoke about forgiveness and praying for the salvation of our enemies challenged me and helped me to have a different, more biblical attitude toward them."