Veterinarian Shannon Tucker admits she sometimes get discouraged by the slow changes she sees in her Community Health Evangelism (CHE) work in Turkana, Kenya, but recent visitors have encouraged her as they recognize how far her work has come.
Mitchell grew up as the son of CMF missionaries Todd and Tonja Hancock in Mexico, so his fluency in Spanish will be a huge asset to the campus ministry team in Salamanca, Spain. In addition, his Milligan College degree that focused on photojournalism and graphic design will aid the team in its ministry to university students.
Seventy-two campus ministers gathered in Cholula, Puebla, Mexico, in July for Globalscope’s annual Celebration. Members of the Globalscope steering committee, CMF staffers, invited guests, and children brought the total to 121 CMF-related people who were together in Cholula for the entire week.
Tyler and Katie Selby and their children Ruby and Joanna serve with CMF’s team in Ethiopia, where they live in a “village” of 200,000 people with minimal infrastructure. They visited our Indianapolis home office recently and shared some thoughts about their eventful first term of ministry.
As she closed out her summer as a REACH intern with Grapevine, the Globalscope campus ministry in Bangkok, Thailand, Burgundy Zorn reflected on some of the events that helped her realize that her stay, while brief, had made a difference for God.