CMF International

Rating: 4.5 stars   2 reviews


5525 E 82ND St Indianapolis IN 46250 USA


CMF International transforms lives and communities through cross-cultural ministries in 19 countries. We minister by planting churches, empowering the urban poor, providing community development, creating real and relevant campus ministries, meeting medical needs, and using business as mission.


Global opportunities are available for internships, apprenticeships, and career service. We seek dynamic church partnerships toward transformational ministry worldwide.

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Rating: 4 stars  

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CMF has opened the door for me to see how to make a difference in people's lives from many perspectives, and how I can be a partner with the work through my contributions, short-term trips, or cheerleading my church to be involved with CMF. First of all, this organization is exactly what it says it is. My money goes where it's supposed to go. I receive regular information on CMF's ministries and activities. The website is informative ( Through CMF I get to see holistic work that cares about people physically, emotionally, and spiritually. I've learned about how to use Community Health Evangelism, how to work with university students, life in Asia's big cities and East Africa's slums, planting churches in First World cities and rural villages, helping the poor through microfinance and child sponsorship, touching the middle and upper classes through friendship, Bible studies, and kindness. CMF attracts personnel who reach for excellence in whatever part of the organization they serve.

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