“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.

Middle East discipleship

Give thanks for the faithful ministry of our partners who are journeying with seekers, often from other faith backgrounds, as they explore the way of Jesus. A 25-year-old man recently contacted them through a Facebook page – he had been reading the Bible and wanted to know more. After being put in touch with a minister local to him, this young man has been regularly meeting to learn the meaning of being a disciple and is now committed to the local church and has been baptised. Pray for all such courageous people exploring faith in Jesus for themselves.

Bridging the gap in Northern Argentina

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

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.

Back for the future

CMS’s new director of international mission, Andy Roberts, shares his hopes for the future for CMS...

Walking together in mission

"Church Mission Society has the experience and capacity to help sustain us on the field for a lifetime of ministry."

How to… notice what God is up to

Become a detective of divinity!

How to… cope with disabled dreams

"My disablements are all part of God’s calling on my life"

Prayer and mission: entering into the ways of God

Adrian Chatfield draws on ancient traditions and mysticism to consider the relationship between prayer and mission.

How to… start a missional community

Andrea Campanale of Sacred Space Kingston shares her learning

Being sent in mission: an African perspective

By Dr Harvey Kwiyani, head of Missio Africanus and part of the Church Mission Society Pioneer Mission Leadership Training course faculty