Some months back Alongsiders International posted this grid contrasting old style leadership and the new, emerging movemental influence. At CCIM we immediately recognized this as our very own manner of ministry as we stand alongside indigenous pastors and church leaders around the world.
In the months since, we continue to come across other ministries that are keen on exactly this way of reaching and discipling and growing our communities and nations.
And while CCIM works with church leaders who, more often than not, have been raised to minister in the old style of leadership, we are intentionally challenging and equipping pastors and churches to move into an increasingly ‘movemental’ model.
The last weekend of September we are hosting an Open House & Art Auction Fundraiser for CCI’s ministry trip to Mozambique in October.
We are asking for all artists and creative folk out there to donate ONE work of Art towards the further encouragement and equipping of our Mozambique pastors and congregations.
Besides raising money for Mozambique we are simply excited about viewing and celebrating artists in our local area.
We are expecting a great range of work and with a few donations already counted for, it’ll be a great showcase of a great mix of really talented people.
There will be more info about the event itself, but we wanted to get the call out for artists to donate and to showcase what they are about.
The picture at the top of this post is by one of my daughters and I think it catches the spirit of hope and joy and continued journey’s with our Lord that CCI is all about.
Be blessed today!
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