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Bible storybook for the Tuvan people in Siberia

The illustrated My First Bible is now available in the Tuvan language!

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Action Bible comic for least-reached people groups

With 750 pages of expressive illustrations and clear narrative, this comic Bible storybook presents God as the true "action hero"— the Creator and Saviour who invites us to be part of His plan to redeem humanity.

 

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Andriod app Bible story for the Altai in Siberia

My First Bible in the Altai language is the first Andriod app with audio produced and published by OM EAST.

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God's Truth in Roma dialects

Each illustrated Bible storybook published for Roma people groups in Croatia and Serbia is in a Roma dialect as well as the national language.

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Passionate about media in missions: interview with new OM EAST leader

David Fry shares the team’s vision to help OM ministries use media to share the gospel with all nations, in all languages and in all cultures.

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Change in leadership for OM EAST

OM EAST is pleased to announce that David Fry has been appointed as their new leader. David will take on the role from Edwin Keller on 1 January 2020.

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Defining needs and designing solutions

OM EAST is researching the needs of local believers so they can better support them with relevant media, which helps share the gospel.

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Strength to overcome

During special Easter outreaches to women in red light areas, outreach workers go in the knowledge that Jesus is with them and His resurrection power gives hope, strength and life.

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A secure path for the Altai

The Altai people worship gods in trees, rivers and mountains. In mountain passes, it is traditional to perform rituals for safe passage. Workers in Siberia want the Altai to know their Creator-God who alone offers the security they seek. 

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Bible storybook in the Southern Altai language

Bible storybook published for the Altai minority people living in the Republic of Altai, Siberia .

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Believe to receive – sharing the hope of Easter

Small outreach teams will share the life-changing message of the gospel with hundreds of women in brothels and on the street this Easter.

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OM EAST planning for the future and preparing for change

As OM EAST plan to expand their print and digital media ministry, they are preparing for a number of changes in the year ahead. 

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Entering a reindeer herder’s world

For many Nenets in Arctic Russia, reindeer are their life, their source of food, clothes, transport and shelter. Field worker E.S. longs for the Nenets to know Jesus, the true source of life.

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The Shepherd’s heart for the Nivkh

Inspired by the Good Shepherd who leaves the flock to look for the one, workers publish the Truth in Nivkh dialects though the people group is small.

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Roma Family Picture Bible

“I worked on translating the Roma Family Picture Bible with great enthusiasm,” said OM EAST’s partner who translated the Bible storybook into his regional Serbian dialect.

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Bible storybook for the Nivkh

The first Bible stories in the Amur and Schmidt dialects have been published as an illustrated Bible storybook. These dialects are spoken by the Nivkh people group living in the Russian Far East.

 

 

 

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A Christmas invitation

 Small outreach teams are bringing Christmas gifts to over 1,000 women in brothels and on the street in Central Europe.

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Making the most of media in the future

Over the past year, OM EAST has been praying about its ministry’s direction in the future. OM EAST and OM Europe leaders sense God’s prompting to expand the work of producing culturally appropriate print and digital media.

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Jesus Christ’s power to make everything new

Slobodan never thought he could be free, but Jesus gave him a new start. Now Slobodan urges Roma in Croatia and Serbia that there is a better way.

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Counter-cultural faith among the Gurbet

Goran’s decision to follow Jesus challenged cultural values and traditions he grew up with, causing him to live differently in his Gurbet Roma community.

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