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Swimming, praying and eating


Denise reports back after a week at the CMS Africa conference held in Uganda.

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The Phantom Blog Post


Conor opens his blog account with some news and reflections from his first few weeks at Kiwoko.

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As Kiwoko Hospital celebrates its Silver Jubilee, Denise notes the power of listening to the eye-witness accounts from those who were there at that time.

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Visit Uganda or Nepal in 2017


We’re offering opportunities to visit Global Partners in Uganda and Nepal as part of a CMSI team in 2017. This is a great chance to experience life, faith and mission in another part of the world and to develop deeper relationships with the global Church.

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Update from Yei


CMSI Partnership Coordinator, Linda Abwa shares the latest update from Yei Diocese, in South Sudan, where the security situation has seen a significant turn for the worse. CMSI is calling for your support, through prayers and finances.

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Reflections on Ignite


CMSI recently held its inaugural Ignite conference in Dromantine Retreat and Conference Centre, near Newry. It was a hugely positive start to this annual event – and the feedback has been very encouraging.

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Prayer diary: Wednesday, 26 October 2016

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Pray for the Zambian national assembly and President as they begin a new term of government after elections in August, asking for unity between the political parties. Pray for wise and successful plans to boost the economy in the face of challenges such as falling copper prices, mine closures and electricity shortages.