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Linda Abwa shares her plans to join with people worldwide in a day of fasting and prayer for South Sudan and DR Congo.

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Arrival in Zambia


Rev Adrian Dorrian shares the first impressions of the CMSI Zambia team as they arrive in Kitwe.

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A big surprise


Keith did not go down to the woods that day, but he was still in for a big surprise.

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Prayer and fasting for South Sudan and DRC


Following updates from our global partners, CMSI is echoing a call to pray and fast for South Sudan and DR Congo during Lent.

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Archbishop of Armagh to visit Zambia


On Monday 19th February, CMSI’s Patron, Archbishop Richard Clarke, will join the society’s Mission Director, Jenny Smyth and the Chair of the Board of Trustees, Rev Adrian Dorrian, on a partner visit to the Diocese of Northern Zambia.

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Bishop Justin Elected As Primate


CMSI is delighted to learn that our good friend and partner, Bishop Justin Badi of Maridi Diocese, South Sudan, has been elected as Primate and Archbishop of the Church of South Sudan.

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Prayer diary: Thursday, 22 February 2018

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NEPAL: Human Development Community Services
Please pray for HDCS’s Executive Director, Dr Nastu Sharma, and all the staff as they coordinate the many high-impact social transformation programmes. Pray for the two ABBS schools (for children and adults with disabilities) and their vision to launch an integrated school for such students to learn alongside non-disabled peers.