Good COP? Bad COP?

A delegation from the worldwide Anglican Communion was seeking climate justice at COP27. Mission partner Joel Kelling was there.

Leading with God’s love

Meet local partner Dhana Lama, the first Nepali leader of United Mission to Nepal

Walking with refugees in Lebanon

CEO Alastair Bateman's recent travels shone a light on perhaps the most important part of mission work - relationships

Indigenous Mission Congress day by day

Daily posts from the gathering of indigenous peoples reflecting on mission in South America

How long?

Serving with her family in Ethiopia, Suzy Wilson finds a full stomach and a feeling of security leave her yearning...

Springs of water

The crisis in Lebanon is energy-sapping in every way. Phil Good asks where is the living water for the poor and refugees?

Living hospitably in the Czech Republic

New mission partners Lea and Petra Williams on how getting to grips with a new ministry has been shaped by the war in Ukraine

An invitation to Boris Johnson

A CMS mission partner invites the prime minister to visit southwest Uganda – to gain some perspective and more compassion when it comes to refugees.

Forgotten people, not forgotten by God

A mission partner in the Middle East witnesses growing curiosity about Jesus among long-term Syrian refugees

Under pressure in Argentina

In a fast-changing world, one Wichí family talks about the pressure young people face, and the secret of staying on the right path.

Flying kites with invisible string

Annabel is an eight-year-old whose sibling sadly will die. Mission partner Ruth Radley is privileged to be there for Annabel.

Ukraine: why I chose to stay

Mission partner Alison Giblett shares why she chose to stay among her community in Ukraine even as violence swept in