Prayer Hub is a newer ministry that exists to help develop and nurture a culture of prayer in OM. The founders, Boyd and Ribka Williams, have made prayer their ministry.
An annual outreach attracts not only children but also two women, who listen attentively and respond to the message.
No method is infallible when trying to reduce Bible poverty among the least reached, an OM worker discovers as he distributed Bibles.
In Arctic Russia, reindeer are the Nenets' life. Living among these people, ES longs for the Nenets to know Jesus, the true source of life.
Bahia Blanca, Argentina :: Crewmembers mobilise a group of young believers to take a step towards serving God.
People in Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe are still recovering from Cyclone Idai. OM is responding to the needs in different communities in these countries.
Transform mission conference one year, outreach team in France the following year, the sisters from Mexico are eager to share the love of Christ, realising the audience was different from what they expected.
OM Director's Update from Lawrence Tong, International Director
"How could God use someone from the jungle to go to another country?" Agustinus once wondered.
Bahia Blanca, Argentina :: A missionary couple teaches church members about serving God as a family.
African women who never went to school were unable to read the Bible upon becoming Christ followers. A new opportunity is giving them access to God's Word firsthand.
Years of consistent Christ-centred community allow an OM worker to develop friendships with Pakistani women and study the Bible with them.
"...if they don’t believe you, you have to keep on talking and talking and talking until it gets stuck in their head," said Lansipe.
Volunteers with Bus4Life encourage a woman who is the only believer in her village and give a children's Bible to a boy who has never heard of Jesus.
Time spent giving and receiving blessings is a special highlight for the participants of a weekly children's meeting.
“Aren’t there enough churches in Italy?” Not to reach the 50,000 people in Pisa, says OM team, who plants La Torre.
In a nation filled with tribal tension, OM works toward reconciliation through youth conferences, relief outreaches and a bookshop filled with Bibles.
"At the end of the class, over tea and mini-cakes, we take time to get to know them, to help them with administrative tasks or to discuss Bible stories," shares Louise.
Jude, project coordinator of OM's Refugee Relief Serbia describes her busy role, and how OM’s service can be a powerful practical witness of the love of Jesus to hundreds of refugees.
For the Kurdish people, the future is uncertain. But the gospel message that believers want to share with them is one of overwhelming hope.