The faith of two young Bangladeshi men in 1976 served as a catalyst to OM’s focused outreach and the training of hundreds of new workers.
Since 1975, OM ships have acted as a catalyst in the spiritual awakening of countless Koreans. Since then, thousands of Koreans have served with OM all over the world.
The story of how OM’s Ship Ministry began
After the impact of initial OM summer campaigns, George Verwer asked in 1963 if anyone would be willing to work with OM for at least a year.
No known believers from a Muslim background existed in Turkey when the first two OMers arrived in 1961. Now, nearly half of the 7,000 believers there can trace their journey through the Bible Correspondence Course.
Three men smuggled Bibles into Eastern Europe and witnessed God work in miraculous ways as they stepped out in faith.
Over 60 years, OM has witnessed its workers ‘sold out for the gospel’. During the Communist Era, OM conducted one of the largest Bible-smuggling operations behind the Iron Curtain.
In 1963, the first OM team travelled overland from Europe to India, sharing the gospel along the way and initiating a movement that would reached millions with the gospel.
In its’ fourth year at TeenStreet, Global Village is an innovative and interactive project that allows teenagers and adults to have a living missions experience.
Do others’ opinions of us define our worth? What gives us value? OM Arts asks these questions across Kosovo through concerts of music and dance.
A survivor of abuse in the Balkans engages in microbusiness through knitting, providing support for herself and her children.
An OMer shares her experience delivering food packages in Kosovo, as she encounters a family involved in a blood feud.
The worship service began with the room almost empty. Hardly any of the youth arts camp participants were believers, so would any join?
OM leads a discipleship programme through the local church in Kosovo.