Posted on: 30th January 2017
Kylie Zietsch is one of the new CMS missionaries being sent out this year. She’s heading to Johannesburg in South Africa, to teach and mentor at Johannesburg Bible College. Checkpoint sat down with Kylie to chat about her journey to mission and the future.
Posted on: 24th January 2017
January is always an exciting month for CMS. Across the month, thousands of supporters gather at CMS Summer Conferences organised by all of our branches, all over Australia. This year, Summer Conferences were greatly encouraging times of faithful Bible teaching, enriching fellowship and challenging opportunities to consider God’s call to take the gospel to the nations.
Posted on: 10th January 2017
CMS worker K has been serving in Nepal for the past six years. Even in the aftermath of a massive earthquake, and growing hostility towards Christians, God’s Church in Nepal continues to grow. This is an answer to prayer, says K.
Posted on: 2nd January 2017
The PrayerMate mobile app could reinvigorate and revolutionise your prayer life, writes Elisabeth Carter.
Posted on: 27th December 2016
In late September 2016, bishops from five African countries gathered together in Kenya for the inaugural GAFCON Bishop Training Institute Conference (BTI1). Elisabeth Carter reports on the highlights of this event.
Posted on: 20th December 2016
For more than three decades CMS missionaries Paul and Sandra and CMS supporters have been praying for gospel-poor peoples in France. While it often seemed the barren spiritual ground of France was too hard to crack, through persistent prayer and long-term partnership in ministry, God is doing the unimaginable.
Posted on: 13th December 2016
God has been answering prayers for Dubai in astounding ways. CMS missionaries W & C describe how the prayers of supporters paved the way to plant a second congregation.
Posted on: 6th December 2016
Every Christian is intimately involved in God’s global mission – and our prayers are powerful, writes David Williams, CMS Development and Training Secretary.
Posted on: 28th November 2016
When Andrew & Dominique Gifford arrived in Spain, they found a situation that was much more difficult than they had expected. But through the power of prayer, they have discovered more of God’s provision, power and love.
Posted on: 25th November 2016
L and S* left Australia seven years ago when their parents became CMS missionaries. Now aged 14 and 12, the girls have become ‘Third Culture Kids’ (TCKs), feeling like they no longer fully belong in Australia or in their current mission location in South East Asia. Here they describe their reaction to some of the most common questions that TCKs are asked on return trips to Australia.