For the past four years, CMF team member Becca Schafer has been struggling with a big problem in her ministry at Hope Home in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Now she’s cautiously optimistic that the resolution may come by the end of this year.
One day in late May, she and teammate Eric Pitts drove over an hour to a bush clinic to pick up a newborn baby who was experiencing breathing difficulties.
A beautiful garden at the Winson Green Prison visitor center in Birmingham, England, was spruced up for the season once again this March by a team of students and faculty from Cincinnati Christian University (CCU) with the help of CMF team members Timothy and Tammy Aho and their partners on the Companions for Hope team.
Five couples recently graduated from the 2018 spring church planter training course at the CMF Training Center in Arusha, Tanzania, and will now head out to plant churches in areas where the people have never heard about Jesus.
Be a part of the great team working in urban poor communities with Missions of Hope International!
MOHI, CMF’s ministry partner, is looking for an individual to work with a job skills program currently being offered in the Mathare Valley slums of Nairobi, Kenya.