Posted on: 31st December 2018
CMS missionary Keith Birchley (serving with Marion in Papua New Guinea) speak here of their experience in a country where 97 per cent of the population claim to be Christian. To be ‘all things to all people’ will sometime mean resisting what others do naturally. We’ve been (mostly) enjoying the ride of ministry in […]
Posted on: 12th March 2018
How would you fare at a seminary where the graduation requirement was that people you discipled were clearly able to lead others to Christ? CMS Victoria State Director Wei-Han Kuan invites us to consider whether this would be a good way to test the CMS vision to equip Christian leaders for church and society. Did […]
Posted on: 29th January 2018
Keith and Marion Birchley disciple university students in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea (PNG). In a context where many Christians have little deep understanding of the Scriptures, they are using the COMA method to help students grow in their faith and understanding of God through Bible reading. When we first came to work with the […]
Posted on: 13th September 2016
While many Fijian students call themselves Christians, Bible reading is often not part of their daily life. CMS worker Tony Wright shares the impact that studying God’s word has made to three Fijian students.