A popular card game provides one OM worker with an outlet for evangelism.
In the midst of transition, OM workers encourage refugee believers to become part of the local church.
The villagers in Langtang are being taught a safer, more earthquake-resistant way to rebuild their homes.
OM Incarnate participants explore the question: can a mural do more than just decorate a wall?
A woman risks much to give rescued ladies from the red-light district of Kolkata a new lease of life.
Luana suffered years of abuse and is now living with her four children in House of Joy, a long-term aftercare program for survivors of abuse.
An orphan boy and his extended family receive the first rebuilt home in Langtang on the one-year anniversary of the earthquake that destroyed the village.
OM partners with a Greek aid organisation to run the only Christian camp on Lesbos, offering help in Jesus' name.
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.
Forty-three Kosovar youth plus five days of art camp equals creative sowing for the Kingdom by OM Arts in Kosovo.
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.
"Going into overseas ministry made me face reality", says 28-year old Vanilda Vaz from Brazil. She has been travelling through Latin America to tell as many people as possible about her work in South Asia.