International

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OM EAST to celebrate 50 years of God’s faithfulness

OM EAST (EurAsia Support Team) will celebrate their 50th anniversary in Stockerau, near Vienna, during the Easter weekend of 2018.

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Hope kindled

In a brothel in Central Europe, OM worker Sarah offered Nina a leaflet entitled You are beautiful my sister, a letter written specifically to individuals trapped in prostitution.

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OM outreach teams regularly speak to women in brothels in Europe. They leave behind literature published by OM EAST and often bring gifts decorated with a flower. Each flower is also a symbol that someone cares and came, expecting nothing in return.

'What are these weird women doing here?'

Anna and Sarah knock boldly on brothel doors in Central Europe, requesting permission to speak to the ladies inside.

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Letter of love to women in Red Light districts

OM EAST and partners have published a new leaflet, entitled 'You are Beautiful my Sister', for women working in prostitution.

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New translations to save our sisters

OM EAST is preparing to publish Deborah Meroff’s 'Save our Sisters' in a further six languages for distribution in Eastern Europe and the Balkans.

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Calm in the storm

Crisis turns into blessing as a local church reaches out to refugees arriving in Europe.

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R52372

New comic for refugees in Europe

'Light in the Darkness', an illustrated comic sharing the gospel, is now available in the Arabic and Farsi languages for refugees in Europe.

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Created and prepared for good works

Saying “yes” to God’s plan changed Lenka’s life, bringing joy as she developed skills in graphic design.

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R51630

God the ultimate designer

Recently completing a graphic design internship with MediaWorks, Annamari reflects on how her understanding of God’s character and His role in design has changed.

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No longer stranded but firmly grounded

OM worker Kiet began life stranded on an island as a refugee; now he is helping offer refugees the life-line that ultimately saved him.

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