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Archbishop of Armagh to visit Zambia

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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

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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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2018 Children's Resource launched

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On Monday, CMSI launched Crossing Bridges, its Children’s Resource for 2018, which focuses on the work of the Church in Egypt.

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A big surprise

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

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Last Christmas

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Tania shares some stories from Christmas in Kiwoko…

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Visitors from afar

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Twelve Blogs Of Christmas – Day Twelve. As the Christmas season draws to a close and our focus turns to Epiphany, Jenny Smyth reflects on the unexpected gifts from global guests.

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Prayer diary: Wednesday, 21 February 2018

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The Church in Nepal is continuing to grow rapidly, with new churches springing up all over the country. Pray that God would protect His people in the midst of increasing opposition and pray for the leaders of these fellowships – that they would grow in their faith and lead wisely.