A village builds their own school - a big first for the area and a step in transforming the community.
Praia, Cape Verde :: Crewmembers from Logos Hope connect with local men as they work together to paint a preschool.
Mozaik church, pioneered by the OM team in Bar, Montenegro, has recently baptised seven new believers in the Adriatic sea, at the beach.
Various Pastors joined OM El Salvador on an outreach to Honduras, obeying the Lords command to make disciples.
Churches and organisations in Brazil united during the 2016 Olympics with the sole purpose of sharing the gospel.
21-year-old Noel Cheong shares a heart-warming perspective on how his family played a pivotal role in helping him go on missions with God.
Over the years, God used OM Bosnia’s firewood project tremendously. For the first time since 1999, there will be no wood provision this winter.
Sekondi-Takoradi, Ghana :: Bible students gather for an onboard event to hear crewmembers share about their personal experiences serving full-time.
A local believer’s beekeeping business brings growth, not only to plants and to his family’s finances but also to his church and community.
Sekondi-Takoradi, Ghana :: A team from Logos Hope visits Father’s Home Ministries to play with children and help with a building project.
OM’s work in the Middle East North Africa region has evolved from long road trips with literature, yet continues the same pioneering spirit and passion for the unreached.
A welder's life is renewed in Kaharlyk, Ukraine through a new business opportunity with OM.
"...the changes ahead will enable us to better live out our collective passion..." writes David Greenlee.
OM is celebrating 60 years in 2017. Weekly over the course of the coming anniversary year, we will present 60 defining moments that have shaped OM into what we are today.
Sekondi-Takoradi, Ghana :: Help Ministries team members provide HIV and AIDS awareness training to pastors during an onboard workshop.
OM, throughout its history and into the future, is a clear reflection of the passion and ingenuity of its founder, George Verwer.
A young man with a disability finds help at Mercy House and his grandmother finds a way to serve.
A young man is diagnosed with HIV and gets to know Jesus through a worker of OM Paraguay.
OM workers share how God answered prayers for visas to stay in North Africa.
In the '60s, George Verwer and his non-conformist followers brought a clear call to radical discipleship demonstrated in lifestyle and philosophy, not for a summer but for a lifetime.