AidsLink International guides one woman to find hope in life again.
On April 25th, 2015, everything changed. The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that hit Nepal triggered major avalanches to come crashing down from the Langtang glacier above Karmu’s village.
A man shares about the devastating effects of the 2015 earthquakes in Nepal on his family and community, and about how they're rebuilding today.
Teenstreet Nepal has their largest turnout this year and three guest speakers will help teens study the fruits of the Spirit.
OM Nepal hosts a jewellery-making training for women from Langtang, whose homes were destroyed by landslides caused by the earthquake in April 2015.
An AIDSLink Nepal staff member ministers to a woman living with HIV and encourages her to see that it is not a death sentence.
An OM Nepal team member experiences God using her in ways she didn't expect on a two week trek in Kalikot.
“I have been so humbled with the Nepalese people’s ability to survive on virtually nothing,” says a volunteer after visiting homes damaged by the earthquake.
One volunteer with OM Nepal shares how the recent earthquakes have changed more than just the physical lives of the people.
“People were believing,” said one OM worker ministering to suffering and traumatised villagers after the earthquake. “[God] was showing His glory. I saw His glory.”