David’s role on the Riverboat is to act as a homeless man. In reality, he is acting out a familiar life he used to lead.
An Albanian, who had been trained in OM's Business as Mission (BAM) course, stands out with his upright business standards.
OM intentionally disciples Cambodian staff so that they, in turn, can disciple others.
OMers work with a Hungarian church to invest in relationships through every season.
A suitcase sermon illustration helped Fredi understand what God had in store for him through full-time ministry with OM.
For Irish teens Nicole and Saoirse, interacting with their church’s Immersion student, Bree, led to an understanding of the gospel.
Puerto Barrios, Guatemala :: Logos Hope is welcomed by the mayor, who believes the ship brings what the city needs.
"How can we honour these 'mothers and fathers' [of OM]," asks David Greenlee. "Inclusion is one way, encouraging their ongoing participation, not forgetting them in our concern."
Seeing how little it takes to make a difference and experiencing that God can use them, young Moldovans get passionate about sharing the gospel.
In a village in Serbia, OM workers see Roma believers reaching Roma, encouraging them to let God put a new song in their mouths.
One cabin on the Riverboat was specially set aside as a prayer room to encourage intercessory prayer at all times.
A member of OM's one-year discipleship programme started his faith journey after watching a drama about Jesus in his remote village in 2015.
Amidst systematic government persecution against Christians and churches in Algeria, OM asks for prayer and advocacy by believers around the world.
Cartagena, Colombia :: Logos Hope's volunteers share the message of hope for the future with elderly residents at a nursing home.
“… If God has called you to China or any other place and you are sure in your own heart, let nothing deter you… remember it is God who has called you and it is the same as when He called Moses or Samuel.” - Gladys Aylward.
Riverboat community members took to the city centre for an afternoon and–to their surprise–met people who spoke their heart languages.
Travelling around Turkey, one OM worker shares truth with people in some of the country's least reached provinces.
A simple shelter in Central Asia provides a place for homeless women to get off the streets and connect with God.
Cartagena, Colombia :: Logos Hope's crewmembers host sailors from the Colombian Navy and share their experiences in a partnership event.
One young teenager with HIV receives physical help and education from OM while learning about Jesus, his ultimate source of hope.