Timothy and Tammy catalyze the formation of teams to plant churches and make disciples in Birmingham, England. With more than 27 years of cross-cultural ministry experience in England, the Ahos share in many opportunities for community transformation.
Companions for Hope is a missional community located in the diverse, inner-city community of Summerfield near the center of Birmingham. Asylum seekers, refugees, immigrants and life-long residents are among those being engaged with the good news of the Kingdom.
The Ahos partnered with CMF teammates to establish an immersive, cross-cultural training experience called EQUIP Britain (https://www.cmfi.org/go/equip/). EQUIP provides a foundation for global workers to make disciples and engage people with the good news of the Kingdom with a focus on urban settings.
Disruption brought on by Covid19 has led to an expansion of online forms of looking for people of peace, initiating and fostering evangelistic conversations, discipleship, missional community and leadership development.
Tim and Tammy have accumulated years of experience in planting churches and missional communities, leading missional training, working with Eritrean and other ethnic churches, and building teams that disciple leaders and young adults to help catalyze disciple-making and new church plants.
The Ahos are the parents of two children, Andrew and Jess, who were raised in England and now reside in the U.S.