Since 1999 the Tamar Center has been reaching women in a red-light district in Thailand, offering them the hope of Jesus.
“We love because He loved us first,” said Love. “God wants us to be the light to others.”
Philip and Rachel were not sure where God was calling them, but they knew what He was calling them to be: faithful people.
Pastor Winit partners with OM in obedience to Jesus' command for all believers to make disciples.
Share love with the friendly and hospitable people of Thailand: the ‘land of smiles’, despite its people’s homelessness, poverty and disabilities.
Ryan shares what being a Christian means as location, language and situations change.
Lynchee shares positive outcomes of pandemic-related ministry and talks about the new way Thai believers are learning to share their faith.
An outreach team visits Geylang with the intention of loving others like Jesus does.
OM team members offer free water and hope to homeless people and passers-by in Bangkok's central train station.
A third grader, displaced with her family due to conflict in her village, learns about God at MTI's School of Mercy.