Posted on: 27th May 2022
CMS missionaries Ian and Jenny Wood serve in theological education at Nungalinya College in Darwin. They share how culture shapes the way people present information.
Posted on: 17th May 2022
New CMS missionary J will be serving among Muslim women and families in the Middle East. In this article she shares some of her experience of sharing the gospel through stories.
Posted on: 16th May 2022
After decades of parish ministry in Australia, CMS workers Warwick and Caroline have been serving for over eight years in a multicultural city overseas. Caroline writes about the role of storytelling in their current ministry context.
Posted on: 13th May 2022
CMS missionary Tanja French serves with her husband Jim in Valencia, Spain where she teaches adults through MOCLAM and children through Sunday school and Kids Clubs. She explains part of her challenge in adapting from a culture of written expression to one based on oral communication.
Posted on: 2nd April 2018
Evangelism is the bread and butter of the CMS mission. We express this as our gospel priority. While the priority of communicating the gospel remains unchanged, the way we share this gospel will vary from country to country, with fascinating results. Who would have thought that showing a gospel film in a village would bring […]
Posted on: 19th February 2018
E is on initial Home Assignment with plans to move to South Asia in mid-2018 to begin her first term as a CMS missionary. However, before she became a CMS worker, she was a Mentac apprentice and discovered a creative way of cross-culturally sharing Bible stories with non-believers. Telling Bible stories is a wonderful technique […]
Posted on: 5th February 2018
David and Georgina Newmarch have returned from Islamabad where they were hosts at Aram, a rest house for local and foreign Christians in Pakistan. David writes about his other ministry running Bible studies with local believers, encouraging them through Bible storytelling to read and understand the Scriptures for themselves. Many believers in Pakistan don’t read […]