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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.

  • Sharing God's love through literacy

    "At the end of the class, over tea and mini-cakes, we take time to get to know them, to help them with administrative tasks or to discuss Bible stories," shares Louise.

  • Refugee Relief - making it all happen!

    Jude, project coordinator of OM's Refugee Relief Serbia describes her busy role, and how OM’s service can be a powerful practical witness of the love of Jesus to hundreds of refugees.

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Blessed are the peacemakers

In South Sudan, shaking hands with someone from another tribe is a monumental gesture of peace. Internally divided since it gained independence from the north in 2011, the world’s youngest country, including its capital, Juba, is geographically segregated by tribe; even inside the confines of the capital, subdivisions (as well as some churches) consist of single tribal groups. Ongoing tribal tensions have contributed to government instability and often escalated into armed conflict among the country’s 10.2 million people.

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