"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.
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.
Amidst the risk and hardship in North India, Bir shares immense hope and joy in seeing families come to know the Lord.
Raquel, a fashion designer from Mexico, uses her professional skills to share God's love while helping Albanian women learn how to sew.
Seeing people put into practice what they’ve learnt to start their own businesses and then “at the end of the day, they’re actually able to be self-sustainable and provide for their families” is one of Jacob’s favourite aspects of the training.
Helen launches OM's Face to Face course in Arabic and explains how Arab believers share the transformative material in their home countries.
What started as a one-month commitment in 1979, quickly turned into something more for Rose.
“We may never know what effect our prayers have in the spiritual realm...But that's okay because it's for the Lord's glory,” shares Heather, a woman of prayer.
Traumatized by her past, Catea never wanted to return, but God led her back to her home village, where she now shares God’s love with neglected elderly.
An associate pastor at a church in Myanmar is pursuing his love for sharing Christ's love with others - and empowering others to do the same.