The true test for any missionary work is not what happens while we’re on the field, but what continues to happen once we leave. Therefore, CPI’s priority is to build works that will stand and keep functioning after we leave, even for generations. Our ministries prioritize indigenous leadership, are grounded in God’s word, empowered by the Holy Spirit and contingent on the Body of Christ working together in unity.
CPI partners with native church planters and pastors reaching into many regions that have no Christian churches. We help strengthen established churches through counseling, sending workers, adopting strategic projects and providing leadership training.
We help equip leaders through Bible conferences, personal discipleship and the distribution of books. We also have a vision of developing leadership training centers in strategic cross-cultural settings.
CPI functions as a non-denominational sending agency for short and long-term missionaries, emphasizing a personal and relational approach. All CPI missionaries must raise their own financial support.
Short-term Mission Teams
CPI’s short-term mission teams participate in evangelism, church planting, work projects, leadership training and helping the needy.
Ministries of Compassion
CPI supports orphanages and helps the poor to start small businesses. It has built homes for the needy and has also provided water, food, medicines and aid – including for widows and children.