Read inspiring stories of Jesus followers around the world and discover the next step on your journey to a fulfilled life.
A church service in the Netherlands shifts from being run for Ukrainians to being run by Ukrainians.
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.
South Sudan, the world’s youngest country, has great poverty, civil unrest and a rapidly growing Church.
As Esther* learnt more about Jesus’ transforming power through love, she was challenged to step out further in her faith.
As a software engineer in Southeast Asia, Paulo uses his whole life to showcase God's excellence and share His love.
Spurred by his own coming-to-faith story, one OM worker passionately serves Central Asians through digital media.
Algerian believers share the miraculous way God is drawing people to Himself, despite continued persecution of Jesus followers.
OM's International Director, Lawrence Tong, pays tribute to George Verwer and encourages workers to continue the global mission in innovative ways.
After a year of excited anticipation, Doulos Hope, the newest addition to OM Ships, is ready to begin her journey in East Asia.
In the midst of the destruction caused by earthquakes in Turkey, small communities of Jesus followers continue to demonstrate what it means to love one another.
"It was not until I came to a Jewish understanding of the Bible, however, that I realised the true meaning behind Easter," shares Gersham.
More Muslims have come to faith in the last 30 years than in all of previous history – and prayer has been a central part of that work.
"Today, it is still the ‘OM way’ to welcome people who want to love God and love others around the world, equipping them with the knowledge, skills and attitudes they need to thrive in mission," Tami says.
"In my family, traditions and cultural barriers could not keep the love of Jesus from breaking through," I'Ching Chan-Thomas shares.
In this month's Director's Update, read Lawrence Tong's article about how we must bridge the sacred-secular divide not just in our ministries but also in our minds.