Posted on: 14th June 2016
Your church plays a vital role in God’s global gospel mission. We hope you are challenged and inspired as you read how some Australian church leaders are engaging in, and equipping people for long-term cross-cultural mission.
Posted on: 9th June 2016
D and his wife served in Indonesia. Now that they have returned to Australia, D reflects on words that built him up during the tough times.
Posted on: 5th June 2016
Coping with difficulty is an inevitable part of life for every Christian – and missionaries are no exception. CMS missionaries reflect on some of the difficulties they have faced – both personally and in ministry – and what they have learned about persevering.
Posted on: 30th May 2016
What would it take to see a world that knows Jesus? With more than 2 billion people that still have little access to the gospel, some recent research said if the Australian Church was serious in doing its part we would need to increase our missionary numbers 10 fold. Peter Rodgers writes…
Posted on: 23rd May 2016
CMS workers Brad Jackson and John Lovell reflect on how God worked in their lives in different and often unexpected ways to bring them to serve him long-term in cross-cultural mission.
Posted on: 16th May 2016
R (name withheld for security reasons) is teaching English as a foreign language in a secure location and building relationships with women in her community. She explains why missionaries are not ‘super’ Christians!
Posted on: 9th May 2016
CMS Mission Personnel Secretary Elizabeth Richards provides support and guidance to CMS cross-cultural workers as they take the gospel to the nations. Here, Elizabeth reflects on God’s amazing love, and how CMS missionaries are embracing and sharing this love across the globe.
Posted on: 9th May 2016
Rev Phillip Zamagias (close friend of CMS and former CMS staff member) shares his reflections on the recent Katherine Christian Convention – a dangerously inspiring event!*
Posted on: 2nd May 2016
Since becoming a CMS missionary in 2014, Helane Ramsay has felt God walking beside her every step of the way. Now serving in Japan, she argues that you don’t need to ‘hear a voice’ calling to be a missionary, you just need to trust in God rather than in your own strength.
Posted on: 10th March 2016
In 2015 through the support of CMS, Nungalinya College employed three Aboriginal assistant teachers to work alongside the college staff, as part of a new initiative. Checkpoint asked the teachers how they came to know Jesus Christ as Lord and their reflections on their first year of teaching.