Jose, an Argentinian worker serving in Southeast Asia, tells of how he entered overseas service and what he has seen God do through his not-so-typical ministry.
Saskia perseveres through language learning and connects with a young Albanian girl who becomes a follower of Jesus.
Rosario, Argentina :: When their programme for the day gets cancelled, crew take to the streets to share their faith with those they meet.
Rachel reaches out to Arabs through a mums and toddlers group based in her community in England.
Montevideo, Uruguay :: Logos Hope returns to the water after annual maintenance and her crew prepares to resume the floating ministry.
Algeria could transform missions in the Middle East, with a new ministry seeking to send 1,000 Algerian missionaries by 2025.
Anea's story is one of abandonment, misuse, tragedy and hurt. But through OM in Kosovo's House of Joy programme, she has found hope for her, and her daughter's, future.
The Bailie family serve with their local church as part of OM in Ireland's Philippian Project.
Santa Cruz, Bolivia :: God surprises a Logos Hope crewmember with birthday treats and new perspectives as she serves with a team on shore.
How prayer shaped the history of OM and how important prayer still is today.
Realising the need for biblical role models, OM partnered with a local church to send a couple, Kelvin and Florence, to Crocodile Island as missionaries.
The journey of a young Albanian girl from the Roma and Gypsy community who went from being a troubled teenager to excitedly following Jesus!
Montevideo, Uruguay :: A Logos Hope crewmember relies on God for strength and the words to say to disruptive inmates at a prison.
Workers Berni and Carla are passionate about reaching the East of Turkey and encouraged by spiritual growth happening there.
In 2008, OM Ireland purchased Lacken House to be their headquarters. Ten years and hundreds of people later, the team continues to minister from the heart of Ireland.
"[The village] didn’t know about the cyclone." OM worker Macdonald tells how his village experienced Cyclone Idai.
Lima, Peru :: A Logos Hope team joins an inspirational pastor ministering to the children of criminals.
Ariela left Argentina to serve Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh and ended up going on a journey she never could have imagined.
The leader said: "This is a secret; if we started to teach about Jesus in our mosques then we might as well open churches."
Prayer and fasting have been part of the Algerian Church's lifestyle since its beginning. Unity among believers has contributed to ongoing spiritual strength amidst persecution.