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“My name is Bev and I have been serving in Moldova with Operation Mobilisation since 2013. I received God’s call on my life whilst I was working as a teacher of English in Moldova with a language school. I strongly felt that God wanted me to stop what I was doing and use my skills and talents for enlarging His Kingdom. There were many obstacles to overcome but I had peace in my heart that God would provide and equip me for what He was calling me to do. I spend some of my time teaching English to the Moldovan missionaries who want to serve abroad but mostly I work for the Relief and Development department where I translate reports from Russian or Romanian into English for the sponsors of the various projects we carry out. I am also involved in supporting the various training and summer outreach programs.”
Kalbassou is a Cameroonian Advanced Nurse and Surgeon, and Director at the BMS-supported Guinebor II hospital in Chad. Before joining BMS World Mission as an International Mission Worker, Kalbassou was chief personnel co-ordinator at Meskine Hospital in Cameroon. In June 2016 Kalbassou started working at Guinebor II hospital, and after working there for a year, Kalbassou began his service with BMS World Mission as an International Mission Worker. Kalbassou is married to Maimouna, and they have four adult children and five other younger adopted children.
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