Video Library

Food Distribution in Mosiro-Naning’oi in Masaailand

July 20th, 2017
Rogers Wambua

Thank you for your generous giving which has restored the hope of many people in Maasailand. We can only visualize the relief and joy that filled over 300 homes when the food arrived feeding over 2,100 people. They are now jubilantly praising and thanking the Almighty God for His faithfulness and for your compassion.  

Food Distribution in Uganda

February 2nd, 2017
Rogers Wambua

We can only imagine the relief and joy that filled over 850 homes with the precious gift of food, feeding over 4,250 people, who are now praising and thanking the Lord for His faithfulness and for your goodness.  

Bible Testimonies

November 11th, 2016
Rogers Wambua
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Pastors from different locations in Kenya and Uganda gather in one place to be equipped by Christian Mission Aid. At the end of it we send them home with Bibles to distribute to the most needy in their communities. Here is what they have to say about the Bibles    

Emmanuel Church for the Deaf – Featured on Citizen News Kenya

October 27th, 2014

We at CMA are honored that Citizen News did a story yesterday on the Emmanuel Church for the Deaf in Ikinu District, Kiambu County! Our own Deaf Ministry coordinator, Joseph Ogolla, is featured in the video, sharing how the church got started and how the church meets the spiritual needs of a unique community.

Karamoja, Uganda

August 1st, 2014

  The Karamoja region in northeastern Uganda is home to approximately 1.2 million people from various tribes. The land is plagued by drought, and international relief to the region is minimal in relation to the vast needs that exist. At Christian Mission Aid, we are trusting God to open up doors for us to train

Christian Mission Aid – Celebrating 25 Years

March 21st, 2013

  When Larry and Debbie Kitchel founded Christian Mission Aid in 1986, they had witnessed the aftermath of other aid and relief organizations in East Africa coming and going, leaving little lasting development behind. Larry and Debbie used their own savings to contribute to whatever projects they could and worked tirelessly from the garage of