Doug Priest Sr., a faithful servant in God’s mission and a long-time CMF missionary, passed away on Sunday, January 2.
As they regrouped at the beginning of their current furlough in the U.S., Travis and Emily Weeks, who serve with the CMF team in Ethiopia, have been surprised at how much their ministry was able to move ahead despite the difficulties of the pandemic and the political and ethnic tensions in their ministry country.
Last year brought a lot of unexpected challenges to CMF Ethiopia team members Travis and Emily Weeks, but they are happy to report that the ministry with their partner, the Kristos Andinet Churches, is going great!
Craig Fowler was part of a baptism service for 24 new Christians in Assosa, Ethiopia, in August, and he shares that it’s all part of a big story of what God is doing in Ethiopia, where he and his family have served for 15 years.
Planting churches and training church leaders are twin passions for long-time CMF missionaries Craig and Allison Fowler, but the couple uses holistic methods to gain a voice with people living in the remote villages of Ethiopia.
When the Ethiopian government shut down the economy due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the leaders of the Ellilta Women at Risk (EWAR) ministry to women in Addis Ababa wondered if their organization could survive.
Jake Moore had never recorded a podcast before, but that didn’t stop the former CMF missionary from stepping up when he realized how helpful a podcast could be for the organization’s team members around the world.