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Standing up in the face of trials

Anne Zaki is the Assistant Professor at The Evangelical Theological Seminary in Cairo, and will be a key speaker at SUTS in January. “A big turning point in my life was when I had the incident with preaching!” “It was a good incident! After a sermon I delivered in the US, my husband asked me, […]

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The truth shines through

Mavis Payne volunteers at St Paul’s to tell the Bible stories in the stained glass windows to the Cathedral’s many visitors. “I do it because there’s nowhere else in my week I can have such focused conversations about Jesus.” “Before I started this, I asked God for the gift of evangelism, because I wanted to […]

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St Andrew’s Hall: A living monument to those who have followed His call

What will it be like on the other side of the world? How will I deal with the loneliness of being away from my family and friends? Is there an institution with the experience to teach me how to minister in a completely different culture? These are the burning questions on the minds of every […]

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Slow and steady brings the grace

Meet Matt and Kate Vinicombe! Freshly graduated from St Andrew’s Hall, they now have their eyes set on their new ministry on Groote Eylandt, NT. There was no ‘Road to Damascus’ moment that compelled Matt and Kate Vinicombe to sign-up as CMS missionaries. No light shining down into tear-stained eyes as they accepted their calling, […]

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Bringing living water to South Asia

CMS Victoria congratulates two of our latest missionary teams in passing their final interviews, and we will introduce both to you in Branch Matters over the next two months. This month we interview M and K, who will be serving the Lord in South Asia. “God is a great, sending God who blesses people to […]

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2 new missionaries – bringing living water to South Asia

CMS Victoria congratulates two of our latest missionary teams in passing their final interviews, and we will introduce both to you on the website over the next two months. This month we interview M and K, who will be serving the Lord in South Asia. “God is a great, sending God who blesses people to […]

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Wei-Han on our long-term plan for missionary growth

Click here to give a one-off gift to help us send and support more missionaries >> CMS Victoria’s State Director, Wei-Han Kuan, discusses how we plan to grow the number of missionary teams sent from Victoria in ten years. Our Vision is to see A World That Knows Jesus, and in line with this, CMS […]

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From darkness to light: the story of Ueda-San

Brad and Michelle Jackson have been CMS Victoria’s missionaries in Japan for over ten years, and it wasn’t until recently that they met Ueda-san. Ueda–san lives in the city of Kobe, and he described his life as being filled with darkness, guilt and shame. He was carrying a great sense of loss. God led him […]

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Purity: When Women Speak…

“Purity, and especially cultural and religious ideas about purity which impact ways in which women are perceived, is rapidly becoming a hot topic in contemporary discourse. In light of this the focus of this our second web magazine is timely: we are not only looking at a topic which cross-cultural workers in majority Muslim countries […]

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Why I’m going to Indonesia

This is an excerpt from a talk given by R* at SUTS 2018. R has worked as an outreach youth worker, a public servant, a policy officer and an associate pastor. Now, he’s taking the next step – becoming a missionary soon to be deployed to work in Indonesia.    I’m watching breakfast TV with my […]

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