Discipleship work in South-West Nigeria

Our International office moved to Ibadan in the South-West of Nigeria a few years ago. It was primarily because we needed a more central place from where our growing international presence could be coordinated, but little did we realize that there was more to that move than we had expected. We soon began to experience […]

CAMO Phase 1 enters it’s last year: How far have we gone?

In 2013 when we launched the CAMO Project, we split it in two phases. The entire vision of the Central Africa Missions Outreach (CAMO) is to ensure that by the year 2025, no Unreached People Group (UPG) in the Central African Sub-Region is without an active team of missionaries working to raise disciples among them. […]


Cameroon Team Strategic General Assembly

CDMF Team members working in Cameroon gathered for the 2-day Strategic General Assembly. Our oldest established work in Cameroon is about 9 years old and we have had several churches planted and missionaries serving in Cameroon for almost a decade, and all of French work was coordinated by one team, the Francophone team. Last year […]

A Miracle in Two Years – the story of (formerly) unreached Ruto People

Two years ago, our organization engaged the Ruto people who live by the southern borders of Chad with CAR. We sent Timothy a young newly trained Chadian missionary and his family to pioneer the work there. We didn’t expect him to spend a long time adjusting since he was within his country and in a […]

Consolidating Evangelism & Discipleship through Quality Education

We agree with those who advocate education as one of the most viable tool to properly disciple a nation. We also see it very strongly as a tool to consolidate our many years of discipleship labours too. It’s very true that you can do through the classroom what may be difficult through the church. In […]

Multiplying Disciples through the Portable Bible School

When two of our young missionaries in 2012 found themselves face to face with the effects and reality of untrained and undiscipled Church leaders especially among the existing church in Southern Chad, they were  overwhelmed about this reality and wondered if it was a giant that could be tackled. The result was that there were […]

The Ruto Will Worship

By Augustin Longa I had just given a talk during our traditional End of year Prayer Retreat in Mubi, Nigeria. My burning desire to see the church of Jesus Christ totally committed to reaching the Unreached was vividly present throughout the talk. I still have in mind the blinking eyes of Timothy, a young and […]