Join Martin Busenius on Aug. 9th and the 23rd for a two-part interview with CESLM president, Allan Pole and Vice-President Kathryn Seib, as they discuss CESLM’s efforts during the pandemic to pursue other avenues to train ESL teachers and others who work with newcomers. We will try and have the audio files available from this page after the air date.

AM 1140 High River at 9:30 p.m.
AM 930 Edmonton 7:00 a.m.
AM 700 Calgary 7:30 p.m.
96.3 Reach FM at 7:30 p.m. on Sundays in Grand Prairie, Dawson Creek and Fort St. John.


100 Huntley Street Field Report, May 25, 2007


Syrian Refugees in Canada Facing Months-Long Waits for English Courses  Calgary Herald, March 7, 2016



The CESLM logo incorporates our mission to empower churches to reach out in love to the immigrants and internationals in our community. We also believe that God’s love makes this possible, bringing individuals together to love one another despite cultural, racial, and ideological differences. If you wish to have a copy of our logo for your use, please contact us.


Thank you for partnering with us as we train and equip churches and volunteers to better reach newcomers in their communities. Your investment equips volunteers to invite immigrants out of isolation, serve them in a tangible way, and welcome them to connect with a Christ-centered community.