Pastor M is the Hmong Coordinator in Vietnam. Due to security concerns, we cannot divulge his identity. The Hmong are a people group primarily residing in the mountainous regions of Vietnam, Laos, and Thailand. As a coordinator, Pastor M trains and guides teachers, establishes new classes, and nurtures the growth of the ministry. Additionally, he helped translate the CCI curriculum into the Hmong language. Today, more than 100 indigenous pastors and church leaders are being trained among the Hmong.
Pastor M said, "God opened the door for me to study, and I would like to contribute something to my tribe. CCI's curriculum is practical and suitable to our situation. Because of this reason, I work with CCI hoping to train and equip more church leaders."
Pastor M's story is a prime example of what CCI endeavors to do—equip leaders who then train and equip others. CCI's relational discipleship model proves to be effective in reaching remote tribal groups like the Hmong and helping them to learn more about Jesus Christ. Pastors and church leaders spend over 550 hours under the guidance of a Christlike, mature Christian pastor or leader. This training helps them effectively shepherd the people God has entrusted to them. With over 22,000 pastors and church leaders who have graduated through the training, CCI is significantly impacting the global church.
Your investment helps add more national coordinators like Pastor M, who are committed to expanding the impact of comprehensive Bible training in their communities. With your support, these coordinators can equip and train leaders with the skills necessary to effectively make disciples of Jesus Christ, enabling God's Church to grow in countries across the globe.
On Giving Tuesday, would you please join us in reaching the nations by supporting National Coordinators like Pastor M?
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