General Info

A History of Answered Prayer

Posted by on Mar 30, 2015 in General Info, Global Care Teams, Partners | 0 comments

-Randee Heath “The history of missions is the history of answered prayer.” –Samuel Zwemer Since the days of Paul, the request of prayer for people hearing the truth of the gospel has remained the same. In his letters while he was traveling, Paul earnestly requested prayer, suggesting “we are not fighting against flesh and blood enemies, but against evil rulers and authorities of the unseen world, against mighty powers in this dark world, and against evil spirits in the heavenly places”...

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Because of you, they now have water…

Posted by on Mar 23, 2015 in General Info, Kenya, Partners | 0 comments

In an area of extreme drought, there is now a well! Our partner in Kenya, John Keshe, works hard to provide safe water. As a result of John’s hard work and the partnership with CMF and Connection Pointe, everyone from Ewaso Ngiro is now getting water at this shallow well. People are at this well throughout the night coming from as far away as 10 miles–something most of us can hardly fathom. Join us in celebrating what God is doing in the lives of these special people! For more...

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Overcoming the Gates of Hell

Posted by on Mar 6, 2014 in General Info, India | 0 comments

Thoughts from CPCC member, Chuck Rapp In the calculus of faith, Jesus clearly taught that seeing is not equal to believing.  But, sometimes seeing does help with comprehension.  This past fall my wife and I participated in the CPCC trip to Israel.  One of the highlights was a visit to Caesarea Philippi where we viewed the ruins of the Temple of Pan (a Greek god).  This temple was standing in Jesus’ day and was built into the face of what must be a 100 foot high natural stone wall.  The grottos...

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Upcoming Trips & Events

Posted by on Oct 9, 2012 in General Info, Guatemala, India, Swaziland | 0 comments

 Here are some highlights for a few exciting things you don’t want to miss!  A Holiday Affair – November 9 This year’s theme for the women’s event is “women give back globally.” We will be focused on the impact that you are making through child sponsorship, specifically in Swaziland. This is a great opportunity for women who sponsor children, have a heart for Africa or a heart for kids. There will be a market place where you can buy Christmas gifts for loved...

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Poverty Isn’t Physical

Posted by on May 30, 2012 in General Info | 0 comments

Take a minute and ask yourself the question? What is poverty? Did you do it? I’m going to guess your answer goes something like this, “Lack of basic needs like clothing, food, water, and shelter.” Almost every American would answer exactly the same. When we see poverty we see the material side of it. The lack of clean water and food are what shock us. But, what if we ask the poor the question, “What is poverty?”. The poor have been asked before and their answer may surprise you. The poor...

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If Jesus had been Macedonian

Posted by on Apr 11, 2012 in General Info | 0 comments

 Guest post written by our missionaries in Maceondia. Their names have been kept confidential for security reasons. “If Jesus had been…” Amazing phrase. My head struggles with this phrase in one direction, and my heart also struggles, but toward another pole. My head says, “But Jesus was historical, a Jew, a travelling rabbi who also happened to be God on earth.” My head wants to warn me not to play this hypothetical game. But my heart shouts back, “This isn’t hypothetical! In fact, we...

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