Relief and Development

Participants in the OpSafe training are equipped in providing psychological first aid to children suffering from trauma.
When disasters occur, whether they are man-made or natural, it is a crucial time for the global Church to respond to the needs of people. OM teams, serving in around 147 countries, often extend a helping hand and God's love to those experiencing war, conflict, earthquakes, flooding and more.
The 7.8 magnitude earthquake in Turkey shifted Jabari's ministry to Syrian refugees from primarily on social media to in person. He and his wife now see an openness in many to hear the good news.
When we share how to make a kitchen garden, we tell the story of Creation, how God created the heavens and the Earth,” explained Salman from South Asia. “Then we say, ‘Okay, now you go to the next house and help make a garden and have your family tell the
“When we share how to make a kitchen garden, we tell the story of Creation, how God created the heavens and the Earth,” explained Salman from South Asia. “Then we say, ‘Okay, now you go to the next house and help make a garden and have your family tell the story to them…so through that, the people learn the stories and share them in other villages as well.”
OM'ers and OM partners bringing help after the 2023 earthquakes in Turkey. They provide food on a daily bases for the families affected by the earthquake.
In the midst of the destruction caused by earthquakes in Turkey, small communities of Jesus followers continue to demonstrate what it means to love one another.