One OM couple uses Transformation Prayer Ministry to help followers of Jesus in Central Asia find freedom from lies they have believed.
Bus4Life ministers in Central and Eastern Europe, bringing hope and Christian literature to the region's widespread towns and villages. During the spring and early summer of 2018, Bus4Life visited Hungary, Moldova, and Ukraine.
OM Arts held a workshop for local musicians in Kosovo to help them write new worship songs.
Coatzacoalcos, Mexico :: Logos Hope hosts an event showcasing the many talents of the international crewmembers.
"The more I look at biblical examples of ministry, the more I see a simple yet profoundly flexible grassroots approach to ministry that compels me to focus on things that really matter," shares Ben.
After living in Ireland for eight years, a family sees their dream of planting a church come together.
Coatzacoalcos, Mexico :: The local mayor boards Logos Hope for a unique arrival and welcomes crew as they settle into a new city.
OM workers in Central Asia build relationships with women society scorns, showing them they’re not lesser; they’re loved.
Tampico, Mexico :: Logos Hope's international crewmembers perform their onboard theatre show entirely in Spanish for the first time.
The previously only believer of the village sees the first church service take place and people come to faith in her community.
OM Director's Update from Lawrence Tong, International Director
OM Pakistan restarted ministry in one province to reach the least reached by forming small discipleship groups and training local believers to be disciples of Christ.
Tampico, Mexico :: Logos Hope's crewmembers visit a local church, encouraging the members to share the gospel with their neighbours and around the world.
A volunteer from Hong Kong shares about her experience on a short-term trip, visiting orphans and elderly Jewish people.
A Christian teacher shares from the Bible with her Muslim headmaster in Turkey.
Tampico, Mexico :: Children visiting Logos Hope learn that spreading love and helping others can make the world a better place.
OM's vocational training centres offer valuable skills to women and youth and see the development of character and community.
Teemu Laitinen (Finland) serves as the Bus4Life driver in Ukraine, Hungary, Moldova and Romania.
OM uses a team car to transport teenagers with autism to Montenegro's only special needs school. But a better car is needed to continue.
By visiting a local park in Catalonia regularly, to get to know the youth, and handing out little bags of toasted corn, the OM team are able to make friendships and share seeds of faith