OM is known for action, not reflection; for pioneering, not reminiscing. Still, we are wise to celebrate milestones and learn from our past, whatever will serve us well for today and tomorrow.
As a young organisation, OM challenged the status quo of world missions and has since evolved into a global movement seeking to share the gospel with the least reached.
"If we are serious about planting churches among the least reached as how we do mission, we must always be willing to question, reconsider and reform our paradigms," says Shaun Rossi.
When it comes to reaching the least-reached, OM workers are using new technology to make ministry more effective—one byte at a time.
“Greater love has no one than this, than to lay down one’s life for his friends” (John 15:13). A few in OM’s history have experienced this and are honoured as modern-day martyrs.
OM first looked to other organisations to provide practical aid but now couples relief and development with its core vision.
OM Director's Update from Lawrence Tong, International Director
Pamir Productions, formed in 1991, passionately uses all forms of media to spread the gospel to Afghans worldwide.
"In order to fulfil our mandate, there are several needs we must invest in," says Stephan Bauer.