It’s increasingly difficult to imagine what the world will be like next week, let alone later this year or even 10 years in the future! But CMF’s leaders are always dreaming and planning new ways of serving, sending and transforming the world for Christ, and want to share some of their big goals for the decade ahead.
Concern for the mental issues that they sometimes see in students in their ministries led the three Unterwegs campus ministry teams in Germany to take part in their first joint digital mental health training recently.
The Turkana, Kenya, farming team is on track to help 100 families with access to solar irrigation in 2020, reports team leader Eric Lorupoe.
Mary Stephens loves the Chilean culture, especially the fact that when you make a Chilean friend, you are automatically considered a part of their circle of friends.
Ebie’s life was turned upside down by a severe car accident, but the Kenyan found himself responding in ways he would never have thought possible before becoming a leader on Joel William’s disciple-making team.
Stringent government restrictions in Spain have not stopped the En Vivo Salamanca campus ministry team from deepening current relationships and reconnecting with students who had drifted away from the ministry, says campus minister Will Sallee.
What could it look like if the lessons learned from years of campus ministry outside the church were applied from within a church?