Frequently asked questions
What do you do?
- Identify native missionaries
- Equip and support them to present portable gospel film presentations
- Report back to our supporters
- Seeing in addition to hearing the gospel adds invaluable understanding
- Many people in targeted areas cannot read or write
- In targeted areas, films attract attention and viewership unlike westernized areas where people would avoid open air film showings
Why native missionaries?
- Speak(s) the local language(s)
- Know local customs and traditions
- Travel without scrutiny
- Familiar with local governmental policies
- Statistically very effective compared to western evangelists and associated costs
What are the qualifications of native missionaries you partner with?
- Currently established as a Christian evangelist / pastor
- Extensively questioned and verified by Christian references
- Personally visited by CSCFM directors
How much does it cost?
- The average cost to setup and equip one film team is $1,500.00 USD
- The target to support each film team is $100.00 USD per month
How effective is it?
- The average cost of each person accepting Jesus as Savior is $1.18 USD
- Each film team averages 10 people accepting Jesus every film showing
- Each film team averages starting 9 new churches every year
How much of MY offering goes directly to the native missionaries?
- 100% of YOUR offering goes directly to equipping and supporting missionaries
- In the USA, all positions are voluntary. No positional salaries are paid.
- 100% of Administrative expenses including occasional professional services and travel abroad by USA administrators are covered by designated gifts from local businesses in our home area.
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Clean Water Project
Nepal is one of the poorest nations in the world with over 42% living below the poverty line, and only 27% with access to improved sanitation. Though most Nepali people have access to water, it is not safe.
The water in the more urban areas is polluted by industrial waste and untreated sewage. This same waste leaks into streams and pollutes water in rivers and lakes that many in remote locations rely on as their only source of water.
Water sources in rural areas are even polluted with natural contaminations. The most recent concern is groundwater contamination containing arsenic found in the tube wells that many still rely on.
As a result, waterborne illnesses such as dysentery, typhoid, and cholera run rampant.
Two remarkable young men want to make a difference, and they need your help!
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FROM CAMBODIA: Update by Bro. Nivath (Cambodian Baptist Union)
This year, our two film teams have been blessed to see over 3,200 salvations for Jesus. As a direct result of these salvations, over 70 churches have been planted. For CBU, the number one tool that is most effective for reaching the lost and church planting is film evangelism. Our 5-year goal is to plant… Read more »
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Equipping, training and serving Native Missionaries to help the local church by presenting
the message of salvation using films to the largest number of people in the shortest amount of time.