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Nicolas and Sandra are trained to respond to crises and ready to share a hope that neither natural disasters nor the coronavirus can shake.
Physical challenges prevent Chris from reaching his cycling goal but he sees spiritual momentum gained through dedicated prayer.
Chris embarks on a 1,000 km cycling tour across Germany to raise funds and prayer for people impacted by the coronavirus.
Maria, a midwife, is moved to the COVID-19 ward during the coronavirus pandemic and has opportunities to talk with people and pray for them.
Ribka and Boyd join in nightly applause for medical workers and put on a balcony concert of their own during the coronavirus crisis.
The team in Brazil learns what it means to be ‘together' after their trainings were abruptly cancelled as the government announced a nationwide lockdown.
One family is unsure of their future on the field due to the devaluation of their home country's currency as a direct result of the coronavirus.
Beth shares how people in the community, whom her team reaches out to, are responding to the challenges of coronavirus.
As the coronavirus causes nations to shut down, several widows in a Muslim majority nation are left without financial and family support.
Coronavirus restrictions cut off indigenous communities from the city and prevent the OM team from travelling to their second ministry base.
Instead of ordering food to pick up, Craig enters shops and restaurants to 'take away' fear by praying for people during the coronavirus pandemic.
Jane delivers hygiene packs to a vulnerable community ahead of a country-wide shut-down and follows up with people over the phone.
As closures are announced in an effort to head off the coronavirus, children aren't just missing out on school.
One family in Israel has found that because God cares for them during the coronavirus, they are able to share God's peace in word and in deed.
Awareness programmes about coronavirus help underprivileged communities stay healthy during the pandemic.