The Christian & Missionary Alliance is a family of churches that supports more than 700 International Workers in 70 countries. Every member of CMA church is encouraged to be meaningfully involved in missions through praying, giving, sending, and even going! As a church we support our International Workers through prayer, care, connectedness, resources, and the sending of short term teams.
Each year CMA Church holds a Global Missions Conference with special missionary guest speakers, churchwide fellowship opportunities, and a chance to engage with the Christian & Missionary Alliance’s work around the world. This year’s Global Missions Conference will be from September 18-25.
Donating to the CMA Great Commission Fund creates Gospel access among the least-reached people groups in the United States and nearly 80 countries. Help us meet this year’s goal of $210,000 to support the spread of the Gospel in our world. Be sure to select “Great Commission Fund” in the drop-down menu at the top. Thank you!
The Perspectives Course on World Missions is a 15-week journey looking in-depth at the biblical, historical, cultural, and strategic aspects of God’s global plan to reconcile every nation, tribe, people, and tongue to Himself. Students learn from over 15 different instructors who will challenge and inspire with their wisdom and experience, opening eyes to a deeper vision of God’s mercy, greatness, and love. We are currently pursuing future opportunities to offer this course, which will depend on the interest of 25-30 people. If you are interested, let us know so we can count you “in” for a future opportunity!
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Brent’s first career was in forestry, and he became a believer while working in the mountains of North Idaho. His career path led him to an Alliance church in Prattville, AL, where he was baptized, discipled, and felt God’s call to missionary service.
While completing educational requirements for missionary service at Crown College of the CMA, he met his wife Lisa, and soon after marrying they pursued God’s call to cross-cultural ministry with the Pueblo Indian nations in New Mexico. After a decade of church-planting ministry in the Pueblos, they transitioned to overseas service and spent the next decade in missionary service in Mongolia. Due to health issues they were not able to remain in Mongolia and were redeployed to Paraguay. Unfortunately, the health issues pesisted and the Liberdas had to leave Paraguay and transition to stateside ministry. Fortunately, this change brought them to CMA Church. Pastor Brent oversees Missions, Outreach Ministries, and Community Groups. He and Lisa are delighted have the opportunity to serve and to be part of this church family!