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Grenada, West Indies: Humanitarian Ministry

Costa Rica

World Statistics


  • Over 1.6 billion people are Christians = 32% of the world. 

  • There are 2.5 million worship centers., 22,000 para-church groups are ministering around the globe.


  • There are 910,000 ordained clergy persons. There are 4.1 million full- time Christian workers.


  • 110 years ago, there were no Christians in Korea--today over 50% of the population is Christian. The largest churches of the top denominations are in Korea, including the Full Gospel Church-- a single congregation of more than 620,000 members, increasing by 10,000 monthly. 

  • A single congregation of over 40,000 Filipinos meets each Sunday in Manila without a church building in an open field. 

  • Africa will soon become a Christian continent with more than 50% of its people professing Christ. One congregation has over 50,000 believers. Africa is now a major missionary source. 

  • Brazil has thousands of congregations of over 5,000 with 24 million Pentecostal believers.  The church is exploding among those poor in goods but rich with hope. 

  • The USA is receiving more than a thousand missionaries from foreign countries to our ethnic populations annually. New Orleans has more thousands of Vietnamese without a single meaningful American outreach to this population. 

  • Annually, 300,000 people are martyrs for the cause of Christ. 

  • The world population has surpassed 6 billion.  52% are urban dwellers. 

  • More than 2 billion people are still unreached with the Good News. 

  • Over 1.5 billion people-- one third of the human race -- are destitute, lacking the basic necessities for survival. 

  • There are over 433 "megacities" with populations over 1 million people, 22 have populations over 10 million. Mexico City has one of the largest population in the world, average age -- 13 years. 

  • New Age cults and eastern religions now embrace more than 20% of the world's population. There are over 22,000 denominations.


  • 90% of all Protestant missionaries work where churches already exist. 

  • 99% of all global Christian resources are consumed by Christians themselves. 

  • 200,000 people die daily without hearing the Gospel. 

  • "Go and make disciples of all nations ..." 


Jesus, Matthew 28:19


Mission Team Members


You can travel to foreign countries and be part of a team effort.  Contact CMI to find out how you can become part of a mission team that makes a difference in the world.  


For information on any or all mission trips contact CMI.

Now is the time to choose what part of the world you desire to travel to with CMI and make a difference in peoples lives. Get your passport ready NOW so you won’t be left behind.


The cost for each trip is per person round trip, all inclusive from south Florida and includes a nominal deposit to reserve your spot on the team.

Dates and prices subject to change

Deposit is non-refundable

Missions Quotes 


Prayer is the one mission to the world that all Christians can share. Through prayer any of us can directly love the unreached, even to the ends of the earth. As far as God can go, prayer can go.


David Bryant



Seedtime and harvest are tied together in a sure knot. 

Charles Spurgeon


Mission trip?  Travel to a foreign country where they don’t speak English? Not too sure if that’s for you? You are not alone.  Many people who would love to go on a mission outreach trip will say to us, “I don’t think I’m ready, maybe next year,” or the ever popular, “I want to go, but I can’t afford it.”  Maybe you are undecided about taking a step out of your comfort zone to travel to a foreign country to serve others. That’s ok. There is a way you can help. 


Most people who go on mission trips with CMI have raised their expense money on their own by telling family and friends and asking for sponsorship. You can help someone go on a mission trip with your donation. It will be your way of helping the Gospel reach the four corners of the world where you may never go; so remember “we will go for you!”

Missions Scripture


So I say to you, ask, and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock, and it will be opened to you. For everyone who asks receives, and he who seeks finds, and to him who knocks it will be opened. 


(Luke 11:9-10)


And let us not grow weary while doing good, for in due season we shall reap if we do not lose heart.


(Galatians 6:9)

Urban Nation: Feeding the Homeless
Russia: Hope for the Hopeless

Ministry to the Body of Christ


The challenge facing the church of Christ around the world is becoming increasingly heightened. The work of the Spirit is bringing tens of millions of people annually to a dramatic knowledge of Christ. Even so, over two billion inhabitants of our planet have yet to receive an opportunity to declare Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior.


Despite this sweeping work of God, the Church is not experiencing the power of the Christian life. While unprecedented numbers are making personal decisions, they are not becoming disciples. The church is stagnated in many parts of the globe, due to crippling lack of spiritual maturity. We must ask ourselves how much longer will this dynamic outpouring of the grace of God continue if we fail to develop believers into the fullness of Christ?


Into this challenging period, God has called CMI to address the issue of bringing maturity and strength to the body of Christ. The impact of their ministry is literally felt around the world every day.  


Over a decade ago they recognized the tremendous need to export the knowledge and resources of the western church to the emerging countries of the world.


First, consider that in 1900 only 10% of all Christian resided outside the western world. Today it is estimated that over 75% of Christians will be outside countries of the west. With this understanding, the Hoods' worldwide teaching ministry to pastors and laity gains new meaning.


Christian Ministries International is a non-denominational force both within and outside of North America. We are able to facilitate much of our work independently  through para-church groups and with World Mission-Brazil!  Our skills in discipleship development are sought in over 50 countries. Many of the materials used in this teaching effort are prepared in 14 languages and translated into untold others.

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