"...if they don’t believe you, you have to keep on talking and talking and talking until it gets stuck in their head," said Lansipe.
Time spent giving and receiving blessings is a special highlight for the participants of a weekly children's meeting.
“Aren’t there enough churches in Italy?” Not to reach the 50,000 people in Pisa, says OM team, who plants La Torre.
In a nation filled with tribal tension, OM works toward reconciliation through youth conferences, relief outreaches and a bookshop filled with Bibles.
"At the end of the class, over tea and mini-cakes, we take time to get to know them, to help them with administrative tasks or to discuss Bible stories," shares Louise.
Jude, project coordinator of OM's Refugee Relief Serbia describes her busy role, and how OM’s service can be a powerful practical witness of the love of Jesus to hundreds of refugees.
For the Kurdish people, the future is uncertain. But the gospel message that believers want to share with them is one of overwhelming hope.
Local volunteers Jarlath and Thiago have found ways to use their practical skills for God's Kingdom through the OM Ireland office.
After years of living among a remote unreached people group, OMers see God draw the first local believers to Himself.
As many Zimbabweans are scattering abroad due to economic decline, OM workers are encouraging young nationals to make the most of their gifts in all contexts.
OM Ministry Leader, Lenna Lidstone, discusses how to use Discovery Bible Studies to see vibrant communities of Jesus Followers among the least reached.
It has been four full years since she left Syria and now Fayima has seen the Light!
God uses a bold husband and wife team to be His witness among Somali people everywhere.
An outreach to Arab tourists in Switzerland opens up doors to talk about Jesus' love.
After a trip to repair war damaged churches in the east, construction workers share their experience in order to inspire others to go.
“I pray: ‘Give me the strategy, give me the way, the window to talk with Muslims. For me, my name is a bridge: it sounds Muslim, and they welcome me in their house,” explains OMer Samar.
Fourteen young people participated in a month-long outreach within in their country. The result: unity.
An outreach team visits Geylang with the intention of loving others like Jesus does.
Nertila met Jesus when she was a child through an OM outreach. Now 18, she is isolated from education and Christian community.
Siniore desires for her family and friends to know Christ’s love as she does. After a training, she took what she learnt and put it into practice.