Church planting in South Asia

What does the process of church planting look like in South Asia?

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Creative evangelism

An OM team learns how to use basic pictures to tell Bible stories, share the gospel or teach other skills in places where people don't know how to read.

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A farmer of men

A South Asian believer learns to farm and live God's way.

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God loves witch doctors

A woman in a rural village in South Asia is healed—evidence to the OM team of God's work in her life and the community.

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God's word never returns empty

A man finds a discarded Bible from an earlier OM distribution trip and believes.

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Trained to change

A young man is transformed and now trained in sustainable farming ready to change his least-reached community.

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Help in time of need

OM's emergency assistance was the first help families had received since the severe flooding across Bangladesh. For many it came just in time.

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Discipling the least reached

OM teams work to build up and disciple rural villages in South Asia to see them living healthier and growing in their faith.

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Education in Bangladesh; focused on one child at a time

In Bangladesh illiteracy and poverty go hand in hand. Many simply do not have the opportunities or education to hope for a better life. OM's schools and literacy programmes change that. People have hope for a better life through education. Entire families and communities are changed.

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God speaks

An OM student becomes a believer and learns that God speaks to her.

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