It is the vision of Christian Family Church International, Mauritius to win the Mascarene Islands of the Indian Ocean for Jesus. This would be achieved through the growing of the church in Mauritius, opening the planting of new churches around Mauritius and on other Islands and through the training up of preachers, teachers and workers in the bible college to support the ministry. Growth happens on four levels: Personal, Community (Lifegroups), Congregational (Church), Global (Bible College).
The mission for the church and churches planted is to bring people into the family of Jesus Christ, to disciple members so that they are prepared for what God calls them to do, which is to lead a Christian life and carry out the great commission.
The primary mission of the bible college
is to train and equip those called by the Spirit of God to go into the fivefold
ministry, including those called to the mission fields. As secondary mission
the bible college helps Christians who desire a more intimate relationship with
God and have a hunger and passion to explore the depths of the Word of
We currently have four churches and by the grace of God, led by the Holy
Spirit, we intend to plant more churches in Mauritius and across the
Mascarene Islands in order to reach people for Christ.
MISSION 2017To plant a church in the Plaine Wilhems District. It is ranked number one as the most populous district, with its population estimated at 387,372. The district is mainly urban. The Plaines Wilhems District consist mainly of four main towns that is Beau- Bassin / Rose Hill, Curepipe, Quatre Bornes and Vacoas / Phoenix.
Rodrigues is an autonomous outer island of Mauritius, about 560 kilometres (350 mi) east of Mauritius. It is part of the Mascarene Islands which include Mauritius and Reunion Island. It is of volcanic origin and just off its coast lie some tiny uninhabited islands.
The island used to be the tenth District of Mauritius,
it gained autonomous status on 10 December 2002, and it is governed by
the Rodrigues Regional Assembly. The capital of the island is Port Mathurin. Its inhabitants are Mauritian citizens.
As of 2014, the island's population was about 41,669, according to Statistics of Mauritius. Most of the inhabitants are of mixed African and French descent. Its economy is based mainly on fishing, farming, handicraft and a developing tourism sector.
Administratively, Réunion is one of the overseas departments of France. Like the other overseas departments, Réunion is also one of the 27 regions of France and an integral part of the Republic with the same status as those situated on the European mainland.
The predominant religion in Reunion is Roman Catholicism, with Hinduism, such as Murugan cults, Islam, Chinese folk religion and Buddhism also represented amongst others. In Réunion, all religions are freely practiced, without government persecution.
Because religious censuses are banned in France and this also applies
in Réunion, all religion statistics are estimates. Religious
Intelligence estimates Christians to be 84.9% of the population, Hindus
6.7% and Muslims 2.15%.