OM Director's Update from Lawrence Tong
God carries missionary friends through ‘a dark night of the soul’ in Hungary.
God not only rescued Kamil and Klaudia's marriage but also transformed their relationships with Him.
A short-term creative outreach team helps long-term workers connect with several young men in a least-reached area.
Although Debora's journey to get to House of Joy was one filled with valley after valley, she never lost hope and her friend Anita never stopped praying.
A single mother finds hope through a Self Help Group and is sharing the good news.
Ali Geake, Internal Communications Director, discusses the change living in another culture has had on her life and outlook.
Children's club at the church in Tkvarcheli, which is held by MDT students, impacts lives of local children and gives them hope.
Easter is a popular time for outreaches in Europe. Stories from last year inspire this year's team.
Small outreach teams will share the life-changing message of the gospel with hundreds of women in brothels and on the street this Easter.
God uses a bold husband and wife team to be His witness among Somali people everywhere.
Lila from Argentina wanted to go on a mission trip, but always had a reason not to. Then she found the opportunity to serve refugees.
Marcela (Argentina) experienced the power of God working through her while on a mission trip in Israel.
Martin (Argentina) wasn’t sure whether short-term missions was his idea or God’s—until he went on an unforgettable 14-day outreach to Panama.
Belen, 20, discovers she doesn't need to wait to serve God in missions when He sends her to Africa for six weeks.
Cartagena, Colombia :: An interview with Julie Paniagua, Associate Area Leader for resourcing with OM Latin America.
Kingstown, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines :: Logos Hope's bookfair goes on tour to a neighbouring island for a day.
An amazing God-given tool to mobilise and inspire people to make a difference: Global Village.
In its’ fourth year at TeenStreet, Global Village is an innovative and interactive project that allows teenagers and adults to have a living missions experience.
Do others’ opinions of us define our worth? What gives us value? OM Arts asks these questions across Kosovo through concerts of music and dance.