Algeria could transform missions in the Middle East, with a new ministry seeking to send 1,000 Algerian missionaries by 2025.
Realising the need for biblical role models, OM partnered with a local church to send a couple, Kelvin and Florence, to Crocodile Island as missionaries.
"[The village] didn’t know about the cyclone." OM worker Macdonald tells how his village experienced Cyclone Idai.
The leader said: "This is a secret; if we started to teach about Jesus in our mosques then we might as well open churches."
Prayer and fasting have been part of the Algerian Church's lifestyle since its beginning. Unity among believers has contributed to ongoing spiritual strength amidst persecution.
A single mother finds hope through a Self Help Group and is sharing the good news.
No method is infallible when trying to reduce Bible poverty among the least reached, an OM worker discovers as he distributed Bibles.
People in Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe are still recovering from Cyclone Idai. OM is responding to the needs in different communities in these countries.
"How could God use someone from the jungle to go to another country?" Agustinus once wondered.
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.