Algerian believers share the miraculous way God is drawing people to Himself, despite continued persecution of Jesus followers.
Mentoring and Discipleship
OM's International Director, Lawrence Tong, pays tribute to George Verwer and encourages workers to continue the global mission in innovative ways.
Along the shores of Lake Tanganyika, new Jesus followers were not content to keep the good news to themselves. Instead, they started to share with neighbouring areas.
In an area where the population is mostly Buddhist, OM workers are seeing people turn to Christ after seeing the difference He makes.
“It seems that people want to eliminate the environment,” shared Sinesio. “On the farm we do the opposite; we are restoring the environment."
Since 1999 the Tamar Center has been reaching women in a red-light district in Thailand, offering them the hope of Jesus.
Paul shares what fuelled his motivation to support believers in areas of Asia where it is hard to follow Jesus. He hopes their stories will inspire someone to catch the vision for helping equip the church in this region.
As Esther* learnt more about Jesus’ transforming power through love, she was challenged to step out further in her faith.
Esther* grew up in South East Asia, where believing in Christ meant poverty, disadvantage and persecution. It is no light matter to decide to follow Jesus; the cost is extensive for entire families.
Through repeat visits to a West African port, OM’s Ship Ministry partners with a local pastor for ongoing impact and community transformation.