Our hope at CMF is the same as it’s always been: to see folks on mission, sharing and living out the good news in all arenas of life. Thus, we plant churches in cities and villages, reach out on college campuses, and serve in slums. Business, as one of those arenas, holds tremendous — and largely untapped — influence and potential for community transformation. That is why our Marketplace Ministries are focused on transforming business: discipling people within the context of business in restricted and non-restricted communities around the world.
In June 2017, Ekiru Lokwawi was running an errand for his dad on a motorbike when he seriously burned his leg, and his life became filled with constant pain.
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.
Erin McDade’s story with CMF began almost 20 years ago, and now, a few twists and turns later, it’s come full circle as she returns to the organization in her new role as Director of Advancement.