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Todd Overbeek

OM Africa Area Graphic Designer Todd Overbeek at his desk.

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Illustrating ducks II

OM Africa Area Graphic Designer Todd Overbeek illustrates ducks for a new children's book as part of the Africa Area Reading Holiday Club.

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Illustrating ducks

OM Africa Area Graphic Designer Todd Overbeek illustrates a duck for a new children's book for the Reading Holiday Club.

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Namibia Chickens

Chickens used for a business startup ministry in Katima Mulilo, Namibia

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Christian view on HIV and AIDS

Workshop "A Christian view on HIV and AIDS" was organized to motivate local believers to be involved in ministry to people living with HIV

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Workshop “A Christian view on HIV and AIDS”

Workshop “A Christian view on HIV and AIDS”

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Outside a drop-in for refugees in Europe

"All we did was put a sign outside our church and people started to come in," an OM worker shared. After his local church in the Netherlands opened their doors for a weekly drop-in for refugees, it has become a hub for up to forty people to come in for coffee and a chat.

Do you need a welcome poster in the Arabic, Dari, Farsi, Kurdi, Pashto and Urdu languages for your weekly drop-in? Contact: info@love4refugees.com

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Praying for miracles

Scarborough, Trinidad and Tobago :: Logos Hope volunteers pray for patients in the paediatric ward during a visit to Scarborough General Hospital.

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Scarborough, Trinidad & Tobago :: Christoph Nicolai (Germany) explains about the work of Logos Hope to a cruise ship passenger.

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Children gathering in Vinnitsa for Christmas puppet outreach

About a 1000 Children, parents and teachers heard the Gospel in Vinnitsa Ukraine this Christmas season through puppet ministry.

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Repairing houses in Ukraine's conflict zone

A team of volunteers repairing houses in areas near the front line in Ukraine

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Clean soul clean city compost project Kaharlyk

Clean soul clean city compost project Kaharlyk Ukraine

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Soccer and Sharing the Gospel

Max Schlikov sharing the Gospel with orphan boys in Ukraine during soccer camp

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Soccer camp in orphanage Odessa Ukraine

Soccer camp in an orphanage in Ukraine. Soccer is a great way to reach unbelieving kids and especially orphans in Ukraine.

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BLOG: Dreaming again

Jessie.

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BLOG: Upholding His Righteousness

Michelle walks with her kids in Portugal.

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BLOG: Balancing Jesus and bone-writing

Writing pens and paper.

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BLOG: Balancing Jesus and bone-writing

"If God were to give me the choice—be a successful writer or a missionary for the rest of my life—I can’t honestly say which I’d choose," shares OMer Andrew. "Neither one would be sinful; discerning God’s will is not asking yourself, 'What does God want me to do?' but rather, 'How can I use what I’m doing to glorify God?'"

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BLOG: Upholding His righteousness

Sighing, I heard Jesus whisper in my ear “be willing to be contaminated, as I was contaminated for you.” I looked around the mess I was walking in and began to picture the moment Jesus stood from His throne in heaven and walked out in order to take on the flesh of man. That in itself was a deep contamination for His Majesty. And yet, He did it, joyfully and willingly.  

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BLOG: Counted worthy to suffer

"Sometimes, we missionaries suffer in silence from a range of personal, work and spiritual issues," shares OMer Simon. "In those times, we cannot see Christ at work and simply want the emotional pain to subside. The weight of the conflict that rages inside us threatens to crush the ministry, our families and even our faith itself. We yearn for someone to talk to, someone who will actually listen and not just jump to a default response - “pray harder” or “pain and suffering is for your benefit.” 

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