Church Planting Projects
When CAM establishes a base in another country, we feel the need to have a church nearby that shares our beliefs. These churches benefit our field staff and open spiritual opportunities in the community. CAM financially supports church-planting efforts in Haiti, Romania, and Liberia. Between the five supported churches, there are 202 members. Funds are used to provide meeting places, pay for Christian literature, and cover the costs of ministry trips and other needs.
Sallee was a Liberian man who attended church at times, but he didn’t know what it meant to walk closely with God. Going to church had little impact on the way he lived. But then Sallee met a man who invited him to a Bible study on Fifteenth Street in Sinkor,...read more
On a Sunday morning in a little tan and brown concrete church house in Nan Carré, Haiti, four pastors surrounded a Haitian man kneeling beside his wife. The man was Senfilet, and he was accepting the torch of leadership being passed on to him. Although Senfilet had...read more
Morris Sheriff is no stranger to a rough and difficult life. He knows what it is to suffer as a child. He knows what it is to be a drunk, and he knows all about street culture. Morris grew up in a remote “bush” area of Liberia, West Africa. He suffered from polio as a...read more