World Missions

Then he said to his disciples, “The harvest is plentiful, but the laborers are few; therefore pray earnestly to the Lord of the harvest to send out laborers into his harvest.”

Matthew 9:37-38

Most successful businesses today with exceptional reputation started as a family business. So we see company names ending with “& Sons Ltd.”, indicating the partnership between the generations within the family. They grow to become Multi-National Corporations and have become household names. Others like Walmart, BMW, Ernst & Young have morphed names to be more relevant but are still family-owned with an unchanging vision over the years.

When Jesus was a little boy, he spent a lot of time at the temple, TEACHING! So, anyway, his mom and dad were looking for him one day and feared the worst when they couldn’t find Him. Eventually they did and when they expressed their frustration, he replied: “Why is it that you have been searching for me? did you not know that it is my duty to be engaged upon my Father’s business?” (Luke 2:49)

As God’s sons and daughters, we have a high responsibility of co-running our Father’s business. What business is our Father in? Saving souls. Whether it is on the world stage or locally the priority remains the same. This is what we take care to fulfill every remaining day of our lives. So whether it is through prayer, giving, encouraging or going, we do it for the ultimate goal of populating heaven and shutting down hell.

This is the high calling of God that the apostle Paul is referring to.

“If God calls you to be a missionary, don’t stoop to be a king.”

(African Mission proverb)


The need in Africa cannot be overstated but thank God, He is greater than all our needs put together.

Africa may not be where it needs to be but by the grace of God, it is not where it used to be.

South America

All over the world, the Holy Spirit is moving. The churches in South America are affiliated with CMF at this stage, working together for a common goal – to return lost souls to the Creator.


Each state and territory of Australia has one CMF church and some have two to three. There is at least one in NZ, PNG, and throughout the Pacific Islands. Australia and NZ are considered first-world economies and lean towards missions supporters than mission fields (unreached people).


Churches in Europe started with the British Army recruitment of Fijian young men.

Due to the possible sensitivity of the connection between the workers and the military, we need to be discreet in publications.


It may be the world’s most populous continent and we can easily be overwhelmed at the thought of what it takes to make a dent in the armour of need.

But we are not called to meet every need, only the ones that we are equipped by the Holy Spirit to handle.

There are other churches and workers in other areas of the continent but we cannot publish their information including locality for security reasons.

The same applies to our workers and missionaries in the Middle-East.

They could do with a prayer for protection and provision as they work in hostile territory, against local regimes.