Tavis and Kate Beer have been on location in indigenous communities for 8 years.
They have seen a lot of good ministry, and a lot of thoughtless ministry too.
Tavis and Kate humbled themselves, and have slowly been learning about indigenous culture over time. Every year, they make more and more of a difference.
In 2019, Kate beer launched the Yarning Map, which helps ministry leaders she works with. Kate leads them on a Christ-centred journey of pastoral reflection.
Kate had some wonderful feedback from the Yarning Map, she has seen so many Indigenous leaders gain clarity on serious pastoral issues within their communities.
This would not have been possible in their early ministry. It takes a long-term commitment to truly understand a culture.
CMS only does long-term, cross-cultural ministry, because we know it works better.
CMS Victoria has 18 long-term, gospel-focussed missionary teams around the world, and we want to send 28 teams by 2024. Will you help us? Will you help keep missionaries like Tavis and Kate on location long-term? Your gift today will help us send the next generation, who wish to join our training college next semester and beyond.
Please give to our Lasting Hope Appeal today, we hope to raise $300,000 by June 30.