Nine years ago, Pippa (32) left her home in the UK and joined in with what God was doing among Buddhist communities in the Himalayas. Through challenges, doubts and crisis, prayer has been her unshakable foundation.
God's personal love has a transforming power on Buddhist people all throughout Myanmar.
With experience both raising funds and receiving financial gifts, Rob and Stephanie love partnering with Jesus followers around the world.
An associate pastor at a church in Myanmar is pursuing his love for sharing Christ's love with others - and empowering others to do the same.
When Emily (Singapore) realised that God knew her name, she chose to follow Him. Now she shares the same truth with her students in East Asia.
Lynchee shares positive outcomes of pandemic-related ministry and talks about the new way Thai believers are learning to share their faith.
Rebecca and Renette share what 2020 taught them in a 'thank you' letter to the year.
Jacob and Rachel pray for the Lord to lead them to encounter people He is working in.
John shares what it takes to disciple radically.
“Before MDT I had all my ideas of ‘this is what my missions life is going to look like,’” laughed Lina. Soon she realised that what she had envisioned was not in God’s immediate plan for her.
Culinary worker Robbie Smitskamp’s life was transformed through Christ. He now serves Turkish Muslims in his homeland, the Netherlands.
OM in Argentina transformed from primarily receiving missionaries to training and sending Argentinian believers throughout the world.
Steve and Jane Pemberton (Australia) experience the joy of giving back to God through offering what He has given to them.
In the midst of conflict between two countries, one OM couple has found a way to demonstrate the love of Christ to pregnant women and their children - and the community around them.
Turkish Jesus followers across the country learn how to share God's love in their own communities via an online Zoom training.
Maria cares for coronavirus patients and prays for them to find peace in the middle of a global medical crisis.
Marleen and her team are training children's workers to reach children with the gospel through Holiday Reading Clubs, games, prayer and discipleship.
Sarah uses her medical skills to make Jesus known in her Muslim majority country.
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.