The Christian and Missionary Alliance will be a movement of Great Commission Christians who are glorifying God by building Christ's Church worldwide.
By Serving in Short-Term Missions:
Short-term mission trips are a win-win opportunity, not only for the people that go, but the missionaries, national church, and even the home-church of the team/individual. Types of Trips include:
- Outreach: Impact lives with creative evangelism, street evangelism, srama, VBS, or sharing the Jesus film.
- Construction: Build relationships and ministry sites. Developing and renovating ministry sites through various construction projects.
- ESL (English as a Second Language): Teach English to speakers of other languages through venues of camps, workshops, and one-on-one tutoring.
- Specialty: Bring specific training and expertise to fill current needs on the field.
Receive by e-mail, missionary's prayer letters and emergency prayer requests. www.cmaliance.org/pray. This website has prayer requests from all CMA missionaries.
By Giving to the Great Commission Fund:
This is the general support fund for CMA work at home and abroad, providing money to keep Missionaries on overseas fields.
CAMA services provides relief/development assistance in 13 overseas countries.
By Giving to Mercer Creek Missions:
This is the local fund that provides travel for missionaries during World Awareness Week, printing expenses, and mission resources, such as films.
Missionaries Mercer Creek supports in prayer and finances.
|Debbie Vik: Thailand||Doug & Karen Conkle: Burkina Faso|
|Kevin & Bonnie Oberg: Burkina Faso||Anna Milligan: Cambodia|
|Ray & Carol Simon: France||John & Joy Cutts: Papua Indonesia|
|Doyle & D: Creative Access Country||Joel Staab: Czech Republic|
|Jeff & J: Creative Access Country||Mark & K: Creative Access Country|
|Luke & A: Creative Access Country|
*Creative Access Countries: Countries where we have workers that are supported by the "Great Commission Fund" (Funds given to Christian Missionary Alliance). With our Prayer and Giving they are able to be in countries that are not necessarily Christian.