The end of a season and the start of another
In mission, as in all life, sometimes things don’t work out quite like we expect.
The cutting edge
Haircuts and mentoring carved a brighter future with Jesus for one young Honduran drawn into drugs and street life
Learning to lay things down
Phil and Sylvie Good reflect on how Middle East mission meant laying aside not just home comforts but even the skills they had to offer
Holiness in the humdrum
Suzy Wilson, CMS mission partner in Ethiopia, reflects on her current season of mission and mothering
Serving with her family in Ethiopia, Suzy Wilson finds a full stomach and a feeling of security leave her yearning...
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
Pray for Ukraine
Pause and pray for all God’s children under attack in Ukraine. We are thankful that our people in mission have been able to relocate back to the Kyiv area and are working to provide spiritual and material care to those in need.
No short cuts to beauty
“The lines have fallen for me in pleasant places,” says Suzy Wilson, amazed by falling in love with a place and people of great hardship and great beauty.
Back for the future
CMS’s new director of international mission, Andy Roberts, shares his hopes for the future for CMS...