Children’s Mission Network exists to

bring the love of Christ to children

around the world in all kinds of circumstances.


In 2008 CMN partnered with Hands of Hope and the Highfield Church of the Nazarene in Zimbabwe Africa to build an orphan village where orphaned Zimbabweans live, go to school, worship their Savior, and learn skills to prepare them for life.

Project Overview

    • The orphan village consists of hundreds of acres, has three homes where our children live, a home for our farm manager that oversees the cattle, chicken, and agriculture operations.
    • There is a school where our children and other children in the local area attend.
    • The Nazarene church from Highfield also has a service on the farm each Sunday.
    • The children live in family settings instead of institutionalized buildings.



In 2016 CMN engaged the Veterans One Stop in Waco, Texas and since have partnered together to build the very first Veterans Transition Home in Waco where veteran families with children can live while the veteran and the family receive services that will help them transition from military life back to civilian life.
  • The family can use the Home up to nine months. They must maintain services with veterans one stop for the duration.
  • The house is three bedrooms and two bathrooms is maintained by the volunteers of the veterans one stop.
  • It was named in honor of Chaplain Robert Carter.