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Great Abaco Island, Bahamas

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Celebrating 50 years!

Abaco Islands, Bahamas:: Logos Hope's crew celebrates the 50th anniversary of OM Ships.

  • 50 years of God's faithfulness

    OM Ships :: A special feature to mark 50 years since the purchase of OM's first vessel, Logos.

  • Sharing help and hope again

    Abaco Islands, Bahamas :: Logos Hope's crew resumes outreach in communities rebuilding after a devastating hurricane.

  • New crew welcomed

    Freeport, Bahamas :: New crewmembers emerge from precautionary isolation to join the ship community and begin their service.

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Unity in diversity

Eszter comes from Hungary. Gallina is from Ukraine. Ruth from Guatemala.

What brought them and around 300 other people to Logos Hope? One name: Jesus.

His name can be translated differently, but Jézus (Hungarian), Icyc (Ukrainian) and Jesús (Spanish) all mean the same: Jesus, the son of God. "He died for all of us," says Gallina. "That includes everyone and excludes no one, and this is the reason we live and work as an equal community; even though we come from around 60 nations and different backgrounds.”

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The ships

Since 1970, we have operated four different ships...

  • Logos Hope

    Logos Hope was officially launched in February 2009.

  • Doulos

    Doulos was purchased in 1977 and sailed for OM Ships until early 2010.

  • Logos II

    Logos II was purchased in 1988 and completed her service in July 2008.

  • The first Logos

    OM's pioneering first ship, Logos, was purchased in 1970 and sailed for 17 years.

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