‘Respond to human need’ – Audiomission Dec 2015

This month continues our occasional series on the five marks for mission of the Anglican Communion. The "mark" we focus on this time is "to respond to human need by loving service" and we'll meet three people doing just that through CMS:

Wies Landheer, from the Netherlands, is a CMS mission partner doctor working at Gahini hospital in Rwanda; Ruth Bevan, another doctor, spent six months at the Diospi Suyana mission hospital in Peru as a CMS short termer; and Lendehl Sallidao, a CMS Timothy partner, is a priest in the Philippines and leads Jigsaw Kids Ministries, serving well over 1,000 children at risk in the Metro Manila area every week.

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