We as OM Angola long to see God transform the minds and lives of the Angolan people despite political instability in a country ravaged by decades of war.
Tema, Ghana :: A hundred new crewmembers arrive on the ship they will call home for the next two years.
The Discipleship course in Malawi challenges students to own their faith and apply it in their daily lives.
“We believe that the Gospel of Jesus can be preached without saying any words,” said OM worker Fredson. “But by doing, by showing love, by taking care of the old and by just being available to people.”
The students of OM Malawi’s two schools are receiving something more than a Christ-centred education; a way to pay for future schooling.
The people of Chisopi never imagined a school would be established in their village. Today, their children are receiving an education.
One OM Malawi worker’s journey of faith has led to increasing AudioBible influence.
A Bible study for the guardians of the pupils in Chiyembekezo School in Ntaja, Malawi, is bringing freedom to the women who attend.
Chiyembekezo School is aptly named. Meaning “hope” in Chichewa, the school brings hope to orphans and vulnerable children in Ntaja, Malawi.
Over an eight-day period, 18 Ride2Transform cyclists travelled 690 kilometers, participating in a personal journey with the Lord and praying for the country of Malawi.