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The only Christian in her village

Volunteers with Bus4Life encourage a woman who is the only believer in her village and give a children's Bible to a boy who has never heard of Jesus.

  • A vibrant community emerges

    “Aren’t there enough churches in Italy?” Not to reach the 50,000 people in Pisa, says OM team, who plants La Torre.

  • 'God will never forget your name'

    Time spent giving and receiving blessings is a special highlight for the participants of a weekly children's meeting.

  • Blessed are the peacemakers

    In a nation filled with tribal tension, OM works toward reconciliation through youth conferences, relief outreaches and a bookshop filled with Bibles.

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'You can do missions'

Originally from the mountains and valleys of Papua New Guinea where most people do subsistence farming or collect, dry and sell coffee beans for a living, Lansipe has maintained a firm stance throughout her 14 years serving in Africa: “If I can do missions, you can do missions.”

Lansipe learned about OM when its ship Doulos visited Papua New Guinea. She then attended the OM orientation by faith, confident that somehow the funds would come together for her to go to the mission field. She raised half of the funds she needed to cover flight costs and a few months of living expenses by selling small things such as fried dough balls, fresh produce and peanuts. The day before she was due to fly out, Lansipe received the rest of the needed funds from one-time donations. 

It didn’t happen overnight, but Lansipe continued telling her church about missions and urging them to get involved. 

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