Under the leadership of our current President, Paul Richardson, the name was shortened to Bible League Canada and the offices found a new home in Grimsby, Ontario.

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On December 11, 1984, the name of the organization was changed to The World Home Bible League of Canada to reflect an increasing commitment to international ministry. Doors that were closed to the gospel were opening, one by one in Eastern Europe and in the former Soviet Republic.

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Vanderboom worked with a group of prominent evangelical leaders to gather endorsement for the ministry. This was the first step toward gaining the interdenominational support we enjoy today.

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In 1971, the organization was incorporated under a Dominion Charter. The same year, the first property was purchased in Weston, Ontario to house our offices.

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With an increasingly diverse population at home, Canadians became more aware of needs beyond its own borders. Cuba was the first country the Canadian Home Bible League reached out to with a special appeal and this was the beginning of the international ministry.

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