Posted on: 19th June 2017
Paul and Cathy Sampson returned to Australia in December 2016 to complete their final Home Assignment and finish their missionary service with CMS. After seven years in Kenya, Cathy writes about what it means to be leaving one home behind to return to another home.
Posted on: 15th May 2017
Geoff and Martha Boye returned to Tanzania in January 2017 for the start of their second term as CMS workers. Martha reflects here on her family’s first re-entry and the benefits of being long-term missionaries
Posted on: 1st May 2017
As long-term friends and supporters, Bay and Emma Warburton recently visited CMS workers, Matthew and Samantha Archer, in Bunda, Tanzania. Bay writes about the family’s visit and their perspective on the Archers’ ministry and life in Bunda.
Posted on: 24th April 2017
The fragile nation of DR Congo has many needs – and many opportunities to show the love of Christ in practical ways. CMS missionaries David and Prue Boyd and Graham and Wendy Toulmin share how they are working to care for a struggling people.
Posted on: 17th April 2017
The Tanzanian student ministry TAFES is gospel-focused and equipped with capable leaders. So, what need could there possibly be for a couple of Aussie missionaries? Arthur and Tamie Davis explain the role they play in helping to foster the vision and work of TAFES.
Posted on: 9th April 2017
Sipho Mfusi attended church for four decades, but never once heard the gospel of salvation by grace. He shares his story of a life transformed by the gospel and through Bible training at George Whitefield College in South Africa, where CMS missionaries Nathan and Diane Lovell serve.
Posted on: 3rd April 2017
Namibia Evangelical Theological Seminary (NETS) has long been a beacon of hope in a country facing many social and spiritual challenges. CMS missionaries who have served at NETS describe the crucial role it plays in building the local Church. Compiled by David Greeff, with input from Mike Roe, Simon Gillham and Hugh Prentice
Posted on: 19th March 2017
CMS Australia has played a role in Africa for 125 years. During that time the African Church has grown and changed in astounding ways. Colin Reed examines the role of Australian missionaries in this evolving landscape
Posted on: 12th March 2017
Despite extraordinary growth, the Church in Africa is threatened by many issues. Therefore, CMS still has a role to play in Africa, writes Elizabeth Richards, CMS-A Mission Personnel Secretary.
Posted on: 27th February 2017
Young people make up over half of the population of Tanzania. CMS missionary Glen Turner is taking every opportunity to teach the Bible to Tanzanian school children, so they can pass on the gospel faithfully to the next generation. Story by Rebecca Abbott.