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.
“A few weeks ago, I woke up to find two goats staring me in the face,” said REACH intern Luke Floyd. And that was just the first of many adventures for Luke, as he spent June and July in the desert of Turkana, Kenya.
Her team has focused on four different areas of the CMF work in the Abengourou area: the PIM Clinic; a home stay with an Ivorian family;
Farm chores, animal care, Disciple Making Ministry (DMM) trainings and Community Health Evangelism (CHE) are just a few of the ways that REACH interns Zach Hunter and Morgan Truitt are serving with the CMF team in Turkana, Kenya, this summer.
Purdue University student Emma Keesling is making the most of her REACH summer internship in a partnership with CMF, Missions of Hope International, Nairobi, Kenya, and AgriStewards, Lebanon, Indiana.
Amanda Epperson’s REACH internship at Missions of Hope International in Kenya is helping her explore her future calling while giving her hands-on opportunities to serve MOHI students every day right now!
Former CMF missionary Greg Coley will return to CMF this summer in the position of Assistant Director of Church Catalyst Ministries.
“I’ve known Greg since he and his wife Allison served as REACH interns and kept in close contact ever since,” said David Giles, Director of Church Catalyst Ministries. “His name was one of the first to come to mind for the role because he is a good thinker, relationally astute,