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The latest news, mission thinking and personal reflections from the CMS mission community

  • Just Imagine – Afrofuturism

    Lusa Nsenga-Ngoy, BAME mission and ministry enabler for Leicester Diocese, talks of imagination as a desire to live in a transformed world.

  • Just Imagine – highlights part 2

    “Break the rules!” Highlights from the Just Imagine series of webinars hosted by Jonny Baker and friends in January 2021.

  • Positive vibes for virtual pioneer festival

    Gather brought together an international crowd of mission pioneers and interested others for a day festival like no other.

  • Discipling with open hearts and homes

    Local partners with Asia-CMS are introducing people to Jesus and helping them grow as disciples despite the difficult conditions of the pandemic

  • Video: Just Imagine – highlights part 1

    Do you consider yourself creative? That is a question Jonny Baker, director of mission education at CMS, explored in a series of webinars earlier this year, Just Imagine.

  • Proper Northern Pioneering

    Introducing the Northern Mission Centre, a pioneer training centre developed in collaboration between CMS and the Diocese of Carlisle.

  • How to…share your faith in Jesus

    Paul Thaxter shares five handy disciplines to help each of us to share good news in our contexts.

  • Lockdown opening homes to Jesus in Manila

    Surprising results in the Philippines as restrictions forced Jigsaw Kids Ministries to reimagine their work

  • The final letter?

    After 26 years in mission, in one last letter, Jenny Green allows us a glimpse of what it means to be supported by the incredible CMS family.

  • Covid-19 FGM upsurge must be tackled, says mission partner

    Ann-Marie Wilson’s 28 Too Many is running workshops to combat resurgence in FGM due to Covid.

  • A Guide to Creative Conversations

    A new practical resource for use in all kinds of mission and church situations.

  • The spirituality of fundraising

    Spirituality. Fundraising. In the same sentence? Really? Why should we ask for money? Why do we give, as a response to the asking?