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Ministry Positions: Dorm Parents, Missions of Hope, Kenya

Ministry Positions: Dorm Parents, Missions of Hope, Kenya

Do you love being around kids? Lots of kids?

CMF’s ministry partner, Missions of Hope International, has openings for several married couples to serve as dorm parents in their girls’ and boys’ dorms at two boarding schools outside Nairobi. There are 1,300 middle school and high school students living at these two schools.

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Two minutes with CMF team member Amanda Dunn

Two minutes with CMF team member Amanda Dunn

Amanda Dunn works with young women rescued from trafficking, prostitution and poverty in the Kore slums of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. She raised funds and opened Hareg House, a residential training facility that offers a Christ-centered rehabilitation and jobs-training program.

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Aaron and Diane Lincoln: Five best things about what we do!

Aaron and Diane Lincoln: Five best things about what we do!

Aaron and Diane Lincoln have been CMF team members since 1993, so they are well-acquainted with the ups and downs of serving in a cross-cultural setting. They currently work in Rugby, England, planting missional communities and training new disciples.

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Three British campus ministries unite for one big retreat

Three British campus ministries unite for one big retreat

Three Globalscope campus ministries in Great Britain — Canvas Birmingham, Canvas Nottingham, and Roots in Edinburgh — came together recently for a weekend retreat with about 80 people.

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Two minutes with MOHI’s Wallace and Mary Kamau

Two minutes with MOHI’s Wallace and Mary Kamau

Wallace and Mary Kamau are the founders and directors of Missions of Hope International (MOHI), a 17-year-old holistic ministry in the slums of Nairobi and rural Turkana, Kenya. CMF partners with MOHI in urban poor ministry in Kenya.

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