An outreach works to build a church in Matipwili, a village in Tanzania.
Sunset in a Tanzanian village.
A Maasai boy guides his herd of goats and calves.
Every Friday night this Maasai church holds a prayer evening at their church – a large tree.
The Maasai are a semi-nomadic people group who live in Tanzania and Kenya.
Loving our Muslim neighbours is an opportunity and privilege.
Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala :: Guatemala's First Lady visits Logos Hope and thanks the crewmembers for sharing knowledge, help and hope to the nations.
A new generation of Sudanese church planters, trained by an Arab OMer in North Africa, revive OM’s ministry in north Sudan.
Facing widespread famine, five members of OM in South Sudan begin a new relief project.
By living honourable lifestyles, OM workers build trust with local friends and gain opportunities to share Jesus.
A 12-year friendship gains spiritual traction when a North African woman buys a devotional book at the local market.
An OM worker visits an Islamic university while trying to build a deeper relationship with a religious friend.
Student Amy from the USA used her summer vacation to serve with OM in Montenegro and Serbia, sharing God's love with the young and old.
Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala :: A young girl browses through the bookfair on board Logos Hope.
In 1988, it became evident to leadership that OM needed to respond to the hundreds of millions of poor and marginalised in India, specifically the Dalit-Bahujan people, or ‘untouchables’.