Stories from Arabian Peninsula

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Desert women

For Sophie, finding new friends sometimes means driving three hours into the desert and bumping over sand dunes in the back of a truck.

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Ordinary woman, extraordinary journey

God uses Janet to reach people through one-on-one encounters at a bookshop in a closed country.

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An architect explores using his passion in missions

For years, Gustavo, an architect from Central America, felt drawn to working in the Arabian Peninsula. Then, on a short-term trip, he saw what it could be like to use his profession overseas.

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When Muslims are more like Jesus than I am

“While I waited the remaining few minutes for my flight, I processed what had just happened. I recognised too much of the ‘Good Samaritan’ parable in the situation, and, unfortunately, I wasn’t the unlikely passer-by who went out of the way to help: it was the Muslim woman,” shares Nicole.

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Friendships are for sharing

Worker uses local friend’s introductions to intentionally share truth with young men.

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Families on the field

Three families talk about their experiences serving in the Middle East with small children, a special needs son and teenage daughters.

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More than a pay check

OM workers in the Arabian Peninsula use their jobs intentionally—as opportunities to develop relationships and share truth with their co-workers in least reached nations.

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