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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 …

How to send letters and gifts

February 23, 2022

Please keep in mind mailing routes have been impacted by COVID-19 over the last year. Most mailing is now back in service, but please continue to check with your local post office before mailing a letter or gift.   May I write a letter? Writing le …

Lynn Cazier, Dori Cazier, Kenya, Maasai, Community Christian Church, Community Health Partners

Celebrating Lynn Cazier

February 1, 2022

When Lynn Cazier was in university, he made a commitment to God that he would go anywhere and do anything that God called him to do. Twenty years later, the company that Lynn was working at was sold, he was out of a job, and in his words: “We knew God …

Seth Zomermaand, Thailand, Chiang Mai, social work

Seth Zomermaand: “A Personal Experience of Grace”

January 21, 2022

Seth was adopted when he was young and considers this part of his story to be a “personal experience of grace”— a testimony that he is now excited to share with other children who have similar backgrounds as he joins the CMF team in Chiang Mai, Thailan …

Doug Priest Sr., Ethiopia, Kenya, church planting

Celebrating the Life of Doug Priest Sr.

January 13, 2022

Doug Priest Sr., a faithful servant in God’s mission and a long-time CMF missionary, passed away on Sunday, January 2. Doug Priest Sr. stands atop an anthill in their early days in Ethiopia. Doug, his wife Marge, and their two kids, Doug Jr. and Janice …

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 …

How to send letters and gifts

February 23, 2022

Please keep in mind mailing routes have been impacted by COVID-19 over the last year. Most mailing is now back in service, but please continue to check with your local post office before mailing a letter or gift.   May I write a letter? Writing le …

Lynn Cazier, Dori Cazier, Kenya, Maasai, Community Christian Church, Community Health Partners

Celebrating Lynn Cazier

February 1, 2022

When Lynn Cazier was in university, he made a commitment to God that he would go anywhere and do anything that God called him to do. Twenty years later, the company that Lynn was working at was sold, he was out of a job, and in his words: “We knew God …

Seth Zomermaand, Thailand, Chiang Mai, social work

Seth Zomermaand: “A Personal Experience of Grace”

January 21, 2022

Seth was adopted when he was young and considers this part of his story to be a “personal experience of grace”— a testimony that he is now excited to share with other children who have similar backgrounds as he joins the CMF team in Chiang Mai, Thailan …

Doug Priest Sr., Ethiopia, Kenya, church planting

Celebrating the Life of Doug Priest Sr.

January 13, 2022

Doug Priest Sr., a faithful servant in God’s mission and a long-time CMF missionary, passed away on Sunday, January 2. Doug Priest Sr. stands atop an anthill in their early days in Ethiopia. Doug, his wife Marge, and their two kids, Doug Jr. and Janice …

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 …

How to send letters and gifts

February 23, 2022

Please keep in mind mailing routes have been impacted by COVID-19 over the last year. Most mailing is now back in service, but please continue to check with your local post office before mailing a letter or gift.   May I write a letter? Writing le …

Lynn Cazier, Dori Cazier, Kenya, Maasai, Community Christian Church, Community Health Partners

Celebrating Lynn Cazier

February 1, 2022

When Lynn Cazier was in university, he made a commitment to God that he would go anywhere and do anything that God called him to do. Twenty years later, the company that Lynn was working at was sold, he was out of a job, and in his words: “We knew God …

Seth Zomermaand, Thailand, Chiang Mai, social work

Seth Zomermaand: “A Personal Experience of Grace”

January 21, 2022

Seth was adopted when he was young and considers this part of his story to be a “personal experience of grace”— a testimony that he is now excited to share with other children who have similar backgrounds as he joins the CMF team in Chiang Mai, Thailan …

Doug Priest Sr., Ethiopia, Kenya, church planting

Celebrating the Life of Doug Priest Sr.

January 13, 2022

Doug Priest Sr., a faithful servant in God’s mission and a long-time CMF missionary, passed away on Sunday, January 2. Doug Priest Sr. stands atop an anthill in their early days in Ethiopia. Doug, his wife Marge, and their two kids, Doug Jr. and Janice …

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 …

How to send letters and gifts

February 23, 2022

Please keep in mind mailing routes have been impacted by COVID-19 over the last year. Most mailing is now back in service, but please continue to check with your local post office before mailing a letter or gift.   May I write a letter? Writing le …

Lynn Cazier, Dori Cazier, Kenya, Maasai, Community Christian Church, Community Health Partners

Celebrating Lynn Cazier

February 1, 2022

When Lynn Cazier was in university, he made a commitment to God that he would go anywhere and do anything that God called him to do. Twenty years later, the company that Lynn was working at was sold, he was out of a job, and in his words: “We knew God …

Seth Zomermaand, Thailand, Chiang Mai, social work

Seth Zomermaand: “A Personal Experience of Grace”

January 21, 2022

Seth was adopted when he was young and considers this part of his story to be a “personal experience of grace”— a testimony that he is now excited to share with other children who have similar backgrounds as he joins the CMF team in Chiang Mai, Thailan …

Doug Priest Sr., Ethiopia, Kenya, church planting

Celebrating the Life of Doug Priest Sr.

January 13, 2022

Doug Priest Sr., a faithful servant in God’s mission and a long-time CMF missionary, passed away on Sunday, January 2. Doug Priest Sr. stands atop an anthill in their early days in Ethiopia. Doug, his wife Marge, and their two kids, Doug Jr. and Janice …

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