An OMer and her friend share the message of the gospel with a receptive Turkish shopkeeper.
''...for a Hakka to become a Christian, they feel like they are disowning their entire family,” shares Solomon, an OM team member serving in a majority Hakka town in Taiwan.
OMers share how God is moving among unreached people in their remote village in the Caucasus.
“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.
The Bus4Life provided a long-desired Bible for an old lady, opened doors to community leaders and encourageed isolated church planters and small congregations of believers.
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.
“I love to be around the children. Through education, I want to see them have a good future and have the ability to support others,” said Mercy Mutale.
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.
An Albanian, who had been trained in OM's Business as Mission (BAM) course, stands out with his upright business standards.
OM intentionally disciples Cambodian staff so that they, in turn, can disciple others.
OMers work with a Hungarian church to invest in relationships through every season.
A suitcase sermon illustration helped Fredi understand what God had in store for him through full-time ministry with OM.
For Irish teens Nicole and Saoirse, interacting with their church’s Immersion student, Bree, led to an understanding of the gospel.
Puerto Barrios, Guatemala :: Logos Hope is welcomed by the mayor, who believes the ship brings what the city needs.
"How can we honour these 'mothers and fathers' [of OM]," asks David Greenlee. "Inclusion is one way, encouraging their ongoing participation, not forgetting them in our concern."
Seeing how little it takes to make a difference and experiencing that God can use them, young Moldovans get passionate about sharing the gospel.
In a village in Serbia, OM workers see Roma believers reaching Roma, encouraging them to let God put a new song in their mouths.
One cabin on the Riverboat was specially set aside as a prayer room to encourage intercessory prayer at all times.
A member of OM's one-year discipleship programme started his faith journey after watching a drama about Jesus in his remote village in 2015.
Amidst systematic government persecution against Christians and churches in Algeria, OM asks for prayer and advocacy by believers around the world.