Truth travellers

An OMer and her friend share the message of the gospel with a receptive Turkish shopkeeper.

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Discipling the Hakka

''...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.

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Putting the Caucasus on the map

OMers share how God is moving among unreached people in their remote village in the Caucasus.

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From dream to reality

“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.

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A double answer to prayer

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.

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Change in Audience

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.

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Hope shining through the darkness

“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.

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God's perfect timing

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.

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Fearless integrity

An Albanian, who had been trained in OM's Business as Mission (BAM) course, stands out with his upright business standards.

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Developing disciples

OM intentionally disciples Cambodian staff so that they, in turn, can disciple others.

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English learning opens the door for community

OMers work with a Hungarian church to invest in relationships through every season.

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Pieces of the puzzle

A suitcase sermon illustration helped Fredi understand what God had in store for him through full-time ministry with OM.

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It finally made sense

For Irish teens Nicole and Saoirse, interacting with their church’s Immersion student, Bree, led to an understanding of the gospel.

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No coincidence: an answer to prayer

Puerto Barrios, Guatemala :: Logos Hope is welcomed by the mayor, who believes the ship brings what the city needs.

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The honour of connection

"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."

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Challenged to make a difference

Seeing how little it takes to make a difference and experiencing that God can use them, young Moldovans get passionate about sharing the gospel.

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New anthem for the Bayash in Serbia

In a village in Serbia, OM workers see Roma believers reaching Roma, encouraging them to let God put a new song in their mouths.

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Intercessory prayer

One cabin on the Riverboat was specially set aside as a prayer room to encourage intercessory prayer at all times.

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Totally convinced

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.

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A new wave of persecution in Algeria

Amidst systematic government persecution against Christians and churches in Algeria, OM asks for prayer and advocacy by believers around the world.

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