The OM EAST team give thanks for the support of brothers and sisters around the world, reflecting on what God has done during the past year.
“For some women, this is the only portion of God’s Word they will get this year,” an OM worker emphasised.
OM EAST (EurAsia Support Team) will celebrate their 50th anniversary in Stockerau, near Vienna, during the Easter weekend of 2018.
“Beautiful! I will keep this for the rest of my life!”
“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.”
Anna and Sarah knock boldly on brothel doors in Central Europe, requesting permission to speak to the ladies inside.
Jana’s decision to remain in her home country Georgia catches people’s attention, causing many to watch closely how she lives and what she lives for.
"Will God forgive me as well for what I have done?" asked a little girl in a Roma village of Serbia.
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.
Crisis turns into blessing as a local church reaches out to refugees arriving in Europe.
“She was so happy that she ran away to read it, hiding it from other kids so she could keep it for herself,” Volker recalls.
'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.
Saying “yes” to God’s plan changed Lenka’s life, bringing joy as she developed skills in graphic design.
Recently completing a graphic design internship with OM EAST, Annamari reflects on how her understanding of God’s character and His role in design has changed.
OM workers take God’s Word to a minority group in the country of Georgia, helping point individuals on a journey to faith in Christ.
OM worker Kiet began life stranded on an island as a refugee; now he is helping offer refugees the life-line that ultimately saved him.
A beautifully illustrated children’s storybook written by a Roma believer, is now in homes throughout Serbia.
OM EAST worker Inger reflects about Christ’s love reaching into a segregated Roma village in Croatia where local partners share the Gospel with children.