Kingstown, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines :: Logos Hope opens her bookfair to Vincentians and is commended by the Deputy Prime Minister of the islands.
Bridgetown, Barbados :: Logos Hope's crew visits expectant parents at a pregnancy support centre.
Bridgetown, Barbados :: Schoolchildren fall for the tricks human traffickers could use on them - and are warned of the consequences by a team from Logos Hope.
Thousands of people have sought refuge in Europe in the past decades; in 2015, the number exploded. OM teams welcome the foreigners to their new home countries.
Bridgetown, Barbados :: A government minister skips official business for an exceptional event - a visit to Logos Hope.
“This publication is a tool to help those who will join Goran in sharing the gospel among Gurbet-speaking Roma, and lays the foundation for future Christian materials.”
Vieux Fort, Saint Lucia :: Logos Hope's crewmembers donate books to a village library and encourage schoolchildren to read the best book of all.
Castries, Saint Lucia :: Meet Logos Hope's newest captain, who's fulfilling a childhood dream to take the helm of our ship.
Anna and Sarah knock boldly on brothel doors in Central Europe, requesting permission to speak to the ladies inside.
An amazing God-given tool to mobilise and inspire people to make a difference: Global Village.
A popular card game provides one OM worker with an outlet for evangelism.
OM's Riverboat will bring the gospel to six ports in three European countries over the course of three months, starting in December 2017.
In the midst of transition, OM workers encourage refugee believers to become part of the local church.
God is moving the Europe Riverboat Project on as a captain is found, a boat contracted, and volunteer crew begin to board.
Montego Bay, Jamaica :: Logos Hope crewmembers provide training on Christian response to HIV and AIDs for staff members at the care home Hope Hospice.
OM EAST and partners have published a new leaflet, entitled 'You are Beautiful my Sister', for women working in prostitution.
OM EAST is preparing to publish Deborah Meroff’s 'Save our Sisters' in a further six languages for distribution in Eastern Europe and the Balkans.
'Light in the Darkness', an illustrated comic sharing the gospel, is now available in the Arabic and Farsi languages for refugees in Europe.
Providing disadvantaged children with backpacks brings the gospel into homes in remote Muslim villages of Bosnia-Herzegovina.
The villagers in Langtang are being taught a safer, more earthquake-resistant way to rebuild their homes.