Caring for people

Andrew works among refugees and asylum seekers in Birmingham and the Black Country. OM writer Nicky Andrews asked him about the ministry he is a part of — revealing the joys and challenges he faces each week, and the steadfast calling which keeps him going.
Joyful laughter and grateful praise characterise Naomi Cheung — even when experiencing cancer herself. Inspired by her nursing background in Hong Kong and surviving breast cancer twice, Naomi leads the Chinese Association for Cancer Care (CACACA) partnered with OM.
Heavy fighting broke out in Sudan on 15 April 2023, devastating many residential areas and causing a critical lack of food, water and medical care for people in affected areas.
OM is continuing to support Jesus followers in Sudan as they share Jesus’ love in word and action amid a continuing humanitarian crisis.
England’s old industrial heartland has many inner-city areas where most families speak Urdu or Punjabi, and mosques dot the skyline. In one such area, OM writer Nicky Andrews spent the day at the Welcome Place Hub* (WPH) a Christian community project led by OMers Stefan* and Louise*, blessing Muslim residents through service and friendship.
People of North Africa. Photo by Hadley Toweel.
In celebration of International Women's Day, we recognise and celebrate the women around the world who selflessly serve God's kingdom impacting their communities through OM's ministries. Through the hundreds of ministries that OM has in different countries and cultural contexts, women serve in a variety of ways, often taking up a combination of roles building up the Body of Christ.