Stories

“Without your support, a generation of disciples could be lost.”

Amid multiple culture clashes and the destruction of their environment, indigenous Christians in the Chaco stand at a crossroads.

Read more about the impact of our work and what we are seeing God do


Giving faith a fighting chance

Eastender Jay Lilley sparred with army life, wealth and homelessness before finding faith in the boxing ring.

Mirna’s on a mission

After stepping into leadership at a young age, local partner Mirna Paulo is now a leader in a significant women’s movement

Red light redemption

How one Thai woman started following Jesus and now helps others at the edges of society find new dignity and freedom

Latest prayer news

  • Asia: safe travels

    Give thanks for safe travels and good visits for CMS’s manager for Asia – the trip was a good time of connecting with people in mission and other partners. Give thanks also for the organisations he visited and the ways in which they are sharing the unconditional love of Jesus.

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  • Chile: new constitution

    Chile’s proposed new constitution is being officially presented on 4 July before it is put to a vote on 4 September for the nation to decide if it is to be accepted and implemented. Pray for the right decision to be made and for Chile to take the right path for its future.

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  • Ecuador: ongoing dispute

    Please continue to pray for the ongoing situation in Ecuador where negotiations continue between protestors and the government while strikes, roadblocks and protests remain ongoing, triggered in great part by rising food and fuel prices. Pray for a peaceful solution to be found soon.

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From the blog

Strategic lay pioneer leaders training hub to open in Birmingham

Church Mission Society joins with The United Reformed Church, The Congregational Federation and Seedbeds to launch the ‘Newbigin Pioneering Hub’

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.

Rev Jane Shaw, 1947 to 2022

Former mission partner, health administrator, trustee of CMS and wise guide to many