OMer Martin sees Muslims coming to Christ as he ministers to Turkish speakers in France.
“It was a long, green boat, sailing gently along the river,” recalled Ana Barros (Portugal), as she described her dream to her mum. This happened before she had even seen a picture of OM's Riverboat.
Although the escape room was created with a primary focus to mobilise Christians, OM Riverboats and OM France worked together to make adjustments in the simulation to suit non-believers better.
David’s role on the Riverboat is to act as a homeless man. In reality, he is acting out a familiar life he used to lead.
While reaching out to Turks in France, one long-term worker feels like Apostle Paul: preaching in house churches and getting kicked out of a mosque.
A group of 12 came to France through the Transform conference, to partner with a church and establish connections in the local refugee camp.
OM France marks OM’s 60th anniversary, inviting International Director, Lawrence Tong, to grace this special occasion.
In the 1980s, OM organised large summer campaigns with the huge task of covering every town and village in France with Christian literature.
Emily* has been heading up literacy language classes with OM France for over 10 years and will leave to return to the USA in June.
Hindsight is, as they say, 20:20. It’s usually easier to see, after the event, what should have been done to prevent it from happening. But whether this is true for the recent tragic events in Paris is a case for argument.