Posted on: 13th May 2019
CMS missionary Norm Gorrie (serving with Janelle in Kenya) was invited by the Anglican Diocese of Marsabit to be the Director of Training and Mission. It is a privilege and responsibility that now sees him working both with enthusiastic Christians and amongst hostile Muslims. How can gospel leaders be trained? Living in Marsabit Above our house […]
Posted on: 26th April 2019
CMS missionaries Norm & Janelle Gorrie assist the Diocese of Marsabit in the Anglican Church of Kenya with Bible training at many levels. They served in Marsabit from 1989 to 1998 and returned two years ago. Janelle shares the many worries of the job and how Christ shines through the hardships. You could say Norm […]
Posted on: 5th March 2018
When the needs throughout the world are so great, how can we decide where to send those who offer themselves for work as CMS missionaries? The CMS vision to reach gospel-poor peoples for Christ is crucial to a prayerfully undertaken decision, as CMS NSW & ACT General Secretary Malcolm Richards explains. “Those who were not […]
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: 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: 27th December 2016
In late September 2016, bishops from five African countries gathered together in Kenya for the inaugural GAFCON Bishop Training Institute Conference (BTI1). Elisabeth Carter reports on the highlights of this event.
Posted on: 25th October 2016
In African nations scarred by civil war, violence and poverty, God’s word is transforming the lives of young Christians. Here two students share how biblical study at Carlile College in Kenya has revolutionised their understanding and the way they teach others about the Bible in their local church and community