A Bit About the Man Behind the Vision ‐ Cal Bombay
1. Cal addressing the Legislature of South Sudan, at their invitation, to speak Against Corruption in
2. An appearance at a Press Conference on Parliament Hill in Ottawa.
3. Meeting with the Vice President of South Sudan ‐ His Excellency Lt. Gen James Wani Igga.
4. Receiving the Alumnus of the Year Award from Masters College & Seminary (PAOC).
5. The Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal presented to Cal on October 6, 2012 for his work in Sudan.
6. Dave Levac, MPP and Speaker of the Ontario Legislature, who presented it in recognition of Cal's
humanitarian work in South Sudan.
7. Receiving a Medal from the Deputy Governor of Central Equatoria State, The Hon. Manase Lomole Waya, in
recognition of Cal's contributions to the Republic of South Sudan.
This little boy's name is
"Saviour", so re‐named
because his starving
family was saved by a
50kg bag of corn given
to them by SFC.
Since he was a teenager, Cal was certain God had called him to be a missionary, a
teacher and a preacher. And it happened! He and his wife Mary spent seventeen years
in Africa, and twenty‐four years as Vice President of Missions with Canada's
100 Huntley Street TV ministry.
He has visited about seventy countries in the world in mission outreaches, relief and
Cal had seen first‐hand the realities of earthquakes in Honduras, famine in Ethiopia, the
maimed from war in Sierra Leone and the results of floods in various places. "Nothing
compares in my mind with what has been happening to southern Sudan for fifty years,"
he said after visiting that war‐torn country before South Sudan became a nation.
Cal Bombay firmly believes, and lives out God's promise found in Proverbs 19: 17...
"The one who is gracious to the poor lends to the LORD, and the LORD will repay
him for his good deed."
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This story is not over...
On the early pages you saw the horrors of a fully expected human
catastrophe which is predicted to begin near the end of 2014, and
continue into 2015.
The answer is partially in emergency feeding once again, which is
But the real, long‐range answer is what you see in