In their mid-sixties, Kiwis Pam and Alan retired. Sort of. “You don’t retire and suddenly that’s it,” Alan explained. “You just continue on involved in the Kingdom but with some changes.”
OM Australia's goal is to challenge, motivate and equip people to serve around the world. OM Australia also has ministry to people of other faiths and backgrounds.TeenStreet Australia will commence in 2009
Through trials and troubles, Alan and Vicki experienced God's love and peace, sharing it with others wherever they go.
Carrot farmers Mick and Tracey Rieck from Australia fundraise for OM’s anti-human trafficking project in Cambodia.
Steve and Jane Pemberton (Australia) experience the joy of giving back to God through offering what He has given to them.
TeenStreet works with the Church to motivate, equip and walk alongside (Christian) teens who seek real friendship with Jesus and want to reflect Him daily in their world.
Loving our Muslim neighbours is an opportunity and privilege.
Tillmann Klein, facilitator for OM’s Muslim Diaspora Ministry network, shares how work among displaced Muslims reflects God’s heart for all people.