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Read about the difference your prayers and gifts make in the lives of people at the edges

  • Faith on the edge

    Across the Middle East and North Africa, a new partnership is helping people hold on to faith in Jesus

  • “I used to sleep in church”

    My name is Danilo; I am 18 years old, from central Guatemala City. And this is my story.

  • “Please do not shut the door”

    How CMS and Together Network are supporting seekers and new believers and helping churches understand how to welcome them

  • Life-saving love

    A project supported by mission partners in Honduras proved a literal lifeline for one young mother struggling with mental health.

  • 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

  • “If you are there God, show me”: a Syrian woman’s story

    Meet Tamar, a CMS local partner who helps people in the Arab world see God in new ways.

  • Giving faith a fighting chance

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

  • From addiction to new life in Jesus

    Because of your generosity, CMS local partner Wilhelm Polikhronidi can help men struggling with addiction to rewrite their life story.

  • Building up indigenous leaders in Paraguay

    Facing the future with only 14 ordained priests in the whole country is a significant challenge for the Anglican Church in Paraguay

  • Bridging the gap in Northern Argentina

    Marcos Humacata represents a new generation of Christian leaders who could bring healing to racial and cultural divides

  • Leaders keep learning in Argentina

    The urgent need for more trained leaders in the Christian communities across northern Argentina is being met by a cross-cultural collective

  • An unstoppable wave of women

    Despite growing pressures, hundreds of indigenous women in northern Argentina are stepping up and putting their faith and love into action for their communities.