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The Church is for every day of the week

March 2, 2023

Yola and Misael Cruz Trejo are both originally from Mexico City, Mexico, where they now form an integral part of a CMF team in Mexico City that ministers to hundreds of people. Through this ministry, they’ve seen transformation happen in the lives of i …

ON THE MOVE, Hidalgo, Pachuca, Mexico, Veracruz, immigrants, Central American, border, Greg Vicki Syverson

“On The Move” students minister to immigrants in Veracruz

February 6, 2023

Part of Vicki and Greg Syverson’s ministry in Pachuca, Hidalgo, Mexico, is discipling, training, and equipping young people for short-term and full-time ministry in many parts of the world. A piece of this is helping lead “On the Move,” a three-month m …

Salamanca, Spain, En Vivo, Globalscope, Hope International University, cross-cultural, college ministry, intercultural studies, biblical studies

“Impacted by the Love of God: Presley and Nic Terry”

September 14, 2022

Presley and Nic Terry are headed to Salamanca, Spain, to serve with En Vivo, a CMF Globalscope campus ministry. Both Presley and Nic graduated from Hope International University in California, where they each majored in Intercultural Studies and minore …

Erin Wallace, Launch, PIM Clinic, Women Together, REACH, Ivory Coast, Johnson University, Kenya, MOHI, Pangani Clinic, PDO, medical, global health

Erin Wallace: “Unexplainable Peace”

June 10, 2022

Erin Wallace is currently raising support to move to Ivory Coast where she will be serving with the PIM Clinic and Women Together programs. One of her greatest passions is living relationally and helping remind others of their worth, especially women a …

Kenya, MOHI, drought, Raelyn Nicholson, Turkana, Marsabit, malnutrition, SAM, RUTF, food security, Gardens of Faithfulness

Life-saving work amidst a drought in northern Kenya

May 11, 2022

In northern Kenya, a drought is occurring unlike any in 40 years— possibly the worst ever recorded. The land has dried up, leaving minimal food for camels and goats to graze, and thereby leaving the local pastoralist communities in Marsabit and Turkana …

MOHI, Nairobi, Kenya, Mathare Valley, Kosovo School, solar panels

Solar-powered electricity at Kosovo School

April 11, 2022

In the Mathare Valley of Nairobi, Kenya, installation of solar panels on Missions of Hope International’s (MOHI) Kosovo School has recently finished.   When the local power company in the Kosovo community removed its infrastructure because of people re …

Justine and Ryan Hayes, Namikango Mission, Malawi, discipleship, economic empowerment, Women’s Development Ministry, Community Health Evangelism, Village Savings and Loans, conservation agriculture, maternity clinic, coffee roasting, HIV prevention

Holistic care in southern Malawian communities

March 29, 2022

Justine and Ryan Hayes began serving with CMF in Nairobi, Kenya, before transitioning to southern Malawi with a team at Namikango Mission in 2014. Now, the Hayes’ are involved in multiple projects and initiatives toward empowering communities to holist …

Seminary of the Nations

March 20, 2022

The Seminary of the Nations was established by Dr. Steve Hooks to take seminary level education to teachers and preachers around the globe. “Teaching the teachers” was the mission and over the 15+ years of its existence, it equipped local church leader …

Ukraine, June Johnson, Germany, Agape

Serving Ukrainians in Germany

March 17, 2022

Written on March 11, 2022, by June Johnson, CMF missionary to Ukraine Photo Above: A grandpa saying goodbye to his granddaughter. I have known little Arisha since she was born. She is the granddaughter to some of my best friends – Gresha and Era. Arish …