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: 27th March 2017
After years of previous service with CMS in East Africa and Kenya, Norm and Janelle Gorrie, and Judith Calf are returning to Africa – to reconnect with people they love, renew partnerships in the gospel, and continue the work of teaching and growing disciples
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.
Posted on: 16th October 2016
CMS missionaries Mike and Caroline Clark have been serving at Martin Bucer Seminary in Germany for the past four years. Despite significant difficulties, Mike reports that God’s word has been moving in remarkable ways.
Posted on: 12th October 2016
Preaching God’s word to a congregation in Timor-Leste is a complicated task. CMS workers Chris and Grace Adams are training local pastors and leaders with the Evangelical Presbyterian Church of Timor-Leste. Chris outlines the unique language challenges faced by these church leaders.
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: 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: 12th June 2015
Libby Leach has been working with the GBU in France for the past 19 years. Here she shares insights into how they aim to equip and train students to have a Christian worldview and be lifelong followers of Jesus.