"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.
Jamie’s IT degree and industry experience provided him with exactly the right skillset to step into OM’s international IT department at a critical moment, keeping the organisation’s intranet system afloat and developing it for greater ministry impact across the world.
Philip and Rachel were not sure where God was calling them, but they knew what He was calling them to be: faithful people.
As Esther* learnt more about Jesus’ transforming power through love, she was challenged to step out further in her faith.
After an earthquake–and the resulting tsunami–destroyed much of her city, Sylvia worked to provide clean water in surrounding communities. "This water is like more than gold for us," people said.
"I want to learn to give like you give," said a man having observed the quiet, positive way WayEn and ShunShun served the community.
Through repeat visits to a West African port, OM’s Ship Ministry partners with a local pastor for ongoing impact and community transformation.
When people's lives are transformed by the gospel, they can't help but want to tell others.
When seasonal flooding arrives, Johnny and other OM workers traverse to remote areas and offer food to those who were hit the hardest.
Millions of people have been displaced from their homes due to the ongoing conflict in Ukraine. In the storm of trials, Stefan, an OM worker, constantly sees God’s provision so he can serve others.