With nearly 3 billion unreached people, we are committed to serve those who have no access to the Gospel.
No one is sharing the life and teachings of Jesus
...like in Afghanistan, where the average person will hear the gospel once every 30.5 years.
There are no communities of Jesus followers
...like in Japan, where there are over 1,700 towns and villages without an evangelical church.
Culture, language and other barriers separate people from local Jesus followers
...like amongst the 1 million Syrian refugees in Europe.
"Literal adherence to the principles laid down by Jesus Christ would, without a doubt, result in world-wide revolution. A revolution motivated by love; a revolution executed by love; and a revolution culminating in love."
OM Co-Founder, 1961
The coronavirus has opened up doors to share the good news in the small mountainous country of Lesotho.
Sam relaunches missions ministry in his church by translating newsletters from ship friends serving in other countries.
Radio Lilanguka is more than just a radio station. It aims to “participate in the development of the region in all possible aspects,” Kondwani explained.
While facing various challenges, Deborah witnesses ministry taking root.