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On 22 March 2017 in Kuala Lumpur, around seventy people from various churches and para-church organisations participated in a talk entitled “The Global Church Landscape: Trends in global Christianity, religion, & mission.”
Despite the usual congestion in traffic on a weekday evening, many turned up early and the programme commenced on time.
The talk was organised by AsiaCMS in collaboration with Asia Gateway, Seminari Theoloji Malaysia, and the Malaysian Center for Global Mission.
On 23 March 2017, the Board of AsiaCMS officially received the notices of resignation from Executive Director, Dr. Tan Kang San and Training Director, Lee Loun Ling. Their resignations were accepted as the Board acknowledged their service of five years in AsiaCMS, thereby providing leadership since the organisation’s inception.
On 11 March 2017, Asia Gateway and Wesley Methodist Church, KL jointly conducted a Weekend Seminar on “Engaging with People of Different Faiths” by Dr Tan Kang San & Ms Lee Loun Ling with special sharing by Chitra Jayakaran.
Being an organisation that seeks to equip Cambodian pastors and church leaders towards community transformation, Shalom School of Ministries conducted a training course in July 2016.
Pastor Chhinho was part of the team facilitating this four-day course which was attended by twenty pastors and church leaders from different provinces of Cambodia.
Reema lives in Sindh, Pakistan, and is part of the Women’s Empowerment Programme under the Primary Education Project (PEP). Her journey is a great testimony of how a village girl overcame deep-rooted prejudice against education for girls to become a role model herself.
This is a case that I followed closely and was amazed by God’s work in the child’s life. In order for us to trace the child’s biological mother our follow-up officers had to walk miles and climb a hill as there was no proper path for vehicles to travel in the village. The child’s story is told here in her point of view. As an organization we continue our follow-up on the child.
By Milan Kumar Magar
Phal Bhadur Panche Magar from Sarlahi sensed that God has a great purpose for him. But he somehow felt hamstrung and unable to lead a victorious Christian life.
Phal Bhadur testified that he was also not able to actively participate in the church.
Dil Prasad Adhikari, 55, lives with his son and daughter in Sanosree of Bardiya district in the mid-western region of Nepal.
He has been living with HIV for more than nine years. After having been infected in Delhi, he returned to his village hoping to find moral support and help from his friends and relatives. Instead he was greeted with discrimination and stigmatisation.