Posted on: 17th March 2021
CMS missionaries Colin & Cath Puffett are serving in Nantes, France with a view to establishing a new church. Part of engaging with the community has involved caring for university students. Cath describes this part of the ministry here. When COVID-19 initially hit France in mid-March 2020, the country went into a strict lockdown. The announcement was […]
Posted on: 7th November 2020
Helane Ramsay and her husband Adam have been serving in Japan with CMS since 2014. They are part of a church planting team in Chiba City. Japan needs Jesus On our days off we’ll occasionally take a drive, usually to the seaside. It’s refreshing to go through the country, but also discouraging. As we drive through village after village, there is always […]
Posted on: 13th December 2016
God has been answering prayers for Dubai in astounding ways. CMS missionaries W & C describe how the prayers of supporters paved the way to plant a second congregation.
Posted on: 28th November 2016
When Andrew & Dominique Gifford arrived in Spain, they found a situation that was much more difficult than they had expected. But through the power of prayer, they have discovered more of God’s provision, power and love.
Posted on: 18th August 2015
The evangelical Church is a small minority in most countries in South East Asia, where religion and ethnicity are often almost inseparable. A CMS worker reflects on the challenges and opportunities for crossing cultures with the gospel in the South East Asian nation where he and his wife serve.
Posted on: 11th August 2015
Once the centre of Christianity, the church in Europe is in decline. Widespread secularism and atheism, as well as deep-seeded suspicions about the church have taken their toll. CMS workers are seeking to reach gospel-poor peoples with the message of hope found in knowing Jesus in a number of European nations. CMS worker John Lovell (serving with Jodi and their five daughters) reflects on growing God’s church in Valencia, Spain over the last four years.