CFN’s Missionary Assistance Program Services (MAPS) was implemented to assist CFNI graduates to serve on the foreign mission field. The MAPS program serves missionaries in more than 30 nations around the world. These missionaries are involved in a variety of activities including church planting, discipleship, coffee house, and education evangelism. Many are actively engaged in preaching, teaching, pastoring, children, youth, and women’s ministry. Some direct orphanages and Bible schools. Others are impacting their local communities through health and dental outreach, agricultural training, and community development. Many serve in extremely difficult circumstances, bringing the love of Christ and the Gospel message to the unreached.
MAPS Program Focus:
The main function of the MAPS program is to receive and process donor funds for CFNI graduates who are missionaries in a foreign field. This enables the missionary to work where they are called without a separate ministry in the United States thus allowing then to receive tax deductible donations. The missionaries file monthly reports detailing what the designated funds were used for. This allows an un-affiliated missionary to do pioneer work while still having accountability on how their tax deductible donor funds are being used.