Church Multiplication Coalition

A Coalition of Kingdom-Minded Ministers

We are a coalition of Kingdom-minded ministers working together to plant reproducing churches in villages that do not have a church, under the direction and power of the Holy Spirit.
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1. Proclaim the message of Jesus Christ in every village and neighborhood through personal testimony, evangelistic events and media.

2. Encourage the planting and multiplying of churches and Bible study groups where Christ will be worshiped and obeyed under the direction of the Holy Spirit.

3. Train believers in Christ to follow Him in serving others, sharing His message and establishing churches among all people groups throughout the country.

4. Co-labor to transform communities through practical projects and good works done in Jesus’ Name.

How CMC Works

CMC International shares with local church groups and take part in fulfilling the Great Commission

This vision of planting churches in every village is accomplished through local pastors covenanting to work together to reach the unchurched villages in their area. This group of pastors is called a CMC network. They meet together monthly to pray, encourage one another, plan and share resources. These networks of pastors function under the leadership of regional (provincial, state or division) and national CMC leaders.

5 Pillars of CMC



Our vision is to plant a church in every village, and once that is accomplished, to plant a church within walking distance of every believer. This goal of transforming the country through the power of the Holy Spirit under Christ’s Lordship through the Body of Christ must be owned by every pastor in this country. We must each understand, own and share this vision. (Proverbs 29:18a)



We encourage pastors to unite in prayer, in planning and in practical ways of helping one another start a church. The vision of planting a church in every village is too large for any one pastor, any one denomination or any one group. We believe it is possible for each denomination to preserve its own identity while undertaking this cooperative work with other Christian denominations. We each need to understand that Jesus prayed that unity would be a practical reality for His followers as it is between Him and His Father. People of this world can see the evidence of his reality and goodness through this unity between His people. This draws the lost to believe and receive His kingdom. (John 17:20-23)



In order to spread His message and plant churches as commanded, we need to raise up many leaders, pastors, evangelists and other ministers to do this vital work. We seek to implement effective training in every locality to raise up armies of workers. (Matthew 28:18-20)



By sharing resources with one another in faith and good will and using what we’ve been given wisely, we stand to experience God’s Power throughout the country and even beyond our borders. Jesus taught us to be faithful with little before an increase is given. (Matthew 25:14-30) The example of Jesus multiplying the loaves and fishes shows that when even seemingly small offerings of resources are brought to the altar for His purposes, He will honor those resources by multiplying their effect. (Matthew 25:23)


Servant Leadership

We seek to lead as Kingdom-minded servants rather than build our own kingdoms. We keep our eyes on God's vision for our country, not only our personal, church or denominational vision. We humbly serve and help one another as we press on toward the goal of seeing the Kingdom of God in our villages. (Philippians 2:5-11)