In Afghanistan, the situation is so desperate that many parents are unable to feed their families and are having to sedate their children in order to help them sleep. Others have sold their daughters and organs to survive. Food insecurity is very high and this winter, millions of Afghans are moving closer and closer towards […]
Final preparations are underway for the Asia-CMS retreat at the end of November in Nepal. Please pray for the organisational details to come together, and for the CMS mission partners and Asia-CMS local partners who will be attending.
Final preparations are underway for the Asia-CMS retreat at the end of November in Nepal. Please pray for the organisational details to come together, and for the CMS mission partners and Asia-CMS Local Partners who will be attending.
Asia-CMS: turning ten
We congratulate and rejoice with the Asia-CMS team on their tenth anniversary, which was officially celebrated at the end of October. Give thanks for all God has done through Asia-CMS over the last decade and continue to pray as they serve together on the edges. As people in Asia cope with the aftermath of a […]
Phil and Sylvie Good, mission partners in Lebanon, ask for continued prayer as the country’s political and economic situation continue to be shaky, and Syrian refugees can be easy targets for people’s frustrations. Pray for stability to be restored and peace between people groups.
Together on the edge for 10 years
We celebrate the impact of Asia-CMS's decade "together on the edge in God's mission"
Leading with God’s love
Meet local partner Dhana Lama, the first Nepali leader of United Mission to Nepal
“I had to keep my faith a secret”
One of our local partners from a Buddhist background writes about the turmoil and joy of following Jesus.
Asia-CMS celebrates 10th anniversary
Sister organisation marks decade of connecting, collaborating and catalysing mission in Asia.
With each other: reflecting on mission together in Asia
Rev Dr Chan Nam Chen, executive director of AsiaCMS, reflects on its first decade
India: anti-conversion laws
A few Indian states have passed anti-conversion laws, and Christians could now face up to 10 years in prison if found guilty of converting somebody. Please pray that Christians in India will still manage to be faithful witnesses to the good news in all they say and do despite this tightening net.