In Matthew 28, Jesus tells His followers to “go and make disciples of all nations...teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you.”
As believers in Christ, we are commissioned to be His witnesses in every country, people group, and culture. We are called to deliver His message of hope, to proclaim to the world what He’s done in us – and what He can do for others.
When we focus our efforts on knowing and making God known, we’ll experience His glory and greatness. And we’ll see lives and communities transformed in ways that mere human ambition never can. God’s spirit unites, motivates and grows Christian communities as they witness God changing lives through offering mercy, a fresh start and hope to individuals, no matter who they are or where they’re from.
OM’s message and experience has always been that God uses ordinary people (like you) to reach other ordinary people. Although there is one central truth in evangelism—every person needs the forgiveness of God through Jesus Christ to be restored into fullness of life—there are unlimited places to transmit that message:
on the streets of Thailand…
sipping tea in Turkey…
playing football in Argentina…
teaching English in Ukraine…
caring for the sick in Africa,
and many more!
If you can imagine it, OM is probably doing it somewhere. Why not join us?
Literally millions of people—to the ends of the earth—are waiting to hear from one of Christ’s witnesses. Be that person with us.
Bring your passion. Bring your skills. Be His witness to the nations.
As a Carpenter, you work as part of the Maintenance team who is responsible for maintaining adequate and comfort living and working conditions all around the ship.
Our organization is in an exciting transition period of building capacity and releasing greater responsibility into the hands of national staff.
Do you love to tell God's story? What he is doing right here and now? Do you love to help resouce his work through proposal writing and public relations? Then we need you on our team.
We are in need of a PT (Physio Therapist) to assist local workers in North Africa (local untrained 'Therapists') to better understand the needs of handicapped children regarding their physical abilities and possible improvements. This would invo