Michelle Moss, a CMF teammate in Tanzania for the past three years, led a program to teach a group of widows how to start micro-businesses in the bush. The first obstacle? Most of the women have never learned to read or write and can’t sign their names on a piece of paper!
International Disaster Emergency Service (IDES) of Noblesville, Ind., recently donated $100,000 to CMF to be used for drought and famine relief in the Turkana district of northern Kenya, reported David Giles, CMF’s Director of Church Catalyst Ministries.
Tyler Canterberry lived in Beijing, China, with his family during his senior year of high school, and was impressed by the numbers of people from many different cultures that he met at the international church. He’s hoping that these experiences will help him as a campus minister at the University of Birmingham, where 19% of the students are internationals from 150 different countries!
Seven young adults from Flatirons Community Church, Lafayette, Colo., spent a recent week visiting the El Pozo campus ministry in Puebla, Mexico, and left their mark with gifts, projects and service activities.