CHRISTIAN MISSIONARY ALLIANCE IS OUR HIGHLIGHTED MISSION
The Alliance family is called to pray for our effort to reach people on the move, people overlooked, and people lacking access to the Gospel.
Alliance churches in Colombia have responded with compassion to thousands of Venezuelan refugees who have crossed into their country due to out-of-control inflation, the lack of food, inadequate medical care, and increasing violence in Venezuela. Refugees hiked 1,200 miles to reach the border town of Ipiales where local Alliance churches are organizing relief efforts.
Great Commission Women of the Alliance are looking for financial partners for a unique ministry in Cambodia. With few social services available, Cambodian parents protect themselves from their drug-addicted children by hiring a government worker to arrest them and put them in a "rehabilitation center." One young man named Vanneut was sent home after a short time in rehab. His mother cried out to God, asking Him to provide a safe place for her son.
He was accepted at the Rural Ministry Training Center, a Christ-centered drug rehab center just outside of the capital city. Through the program Vanneut was released from his addiction and graduated-with honors!
His goal now is to help others like himself. He is on staff at a new extension where those who have been controlled by all sorts of substances learn to put themselves under God's control.
Vanneut, who threatened to be :the end of me," said his mother, "is now a source of hope and encouragement for me and others."