Darrell & Laura Lee Bustin
joined CBM in 2002 to teach at the Kalimantan Theological Seminary in Pontianak, Indonesia, where they helped to train and mentor future leaders for the local church. They moved to Rwanda in August 2012 to work with CBM’s church partner, the Association of Baptist Church of Rwanda.
Darrell’s primary focus is in pastoral training and church leadership development. He works both with pastors, as well as those studying to be pastors and church leaders. Laura Lee is responsible for overseeing the administrative details for the short-term mission teams that come to Rwanda.
Ben and Jucelia Krause
live and minister in Heliopolis, Sao Paulo; one of the largest slums in Latin America. Their focus is on the poor and unreached in an urban setting. They have partnered with a local church to build, train, and implement an evangelistic outreach directed principally towards underprivileged children.
They currently have about 25 volunteers on their team, all from the local church, and are running three different evangelistic sites: the first site is at a soccer court in the middle of the slum, the second is in a square at one of the government housing projects, and the third is a new outreach underneath a bridge in the city center, reaching out to immigrants and a community living underneath the bridge.
They also run a visitation program to the families, a breakfast feeding service on Saturday mornings, a discipleship program for kids interested in knowing Christ more intimately, and run a yearly camp program as well. They have also provided training and support for interested churches in beginning their own outreaches to communities close to them.