Sam and Becca Loibor-Mongi are currently preparing to serve in Kenya with our Church Catalyst team. Sam will work within ongoing Disciple Making Movement (DMM) initiatives there, as well as help with leadership development within Community Christian Church (CCC) churches.
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 and young girls. She is excited to be able to combine this passion with her work in Ivory Coast as she learns and lives in this new culture and way of life.
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 without their primary food sources. This drop in necessary sustenance and malnutrition is especially affecting young children, the most vulnerable among those communities.
In the Mathare Valley of Nairobi, Kenya, installation of solar panels on Missions of Hope International’s (MOHI) Kosovo School has recently finished.
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.
Doug Priest Sr., a faithful servant in God’s mission and a long-time CMF missionary, passed away on Sunday, January 2.
The youth ministry led by CMF team member Joel Williams in Turkana, Kenya, is celebrating the success of the first of three national youth conferences scheduled for 2021. This first conference had more than 500 young Kenyans in attendance.
If you were looking for a perfect example of the success of the Disciple Making Movement method used by CMF missionaries in Kenya, Eric Pitts would nominate his Kenyan friend and co-worker, Jackson Emaniman.