"Simple is often strong," says Seang Pin Saw, who explains why the Global South Initiative is moving towards simplicity in ministry.
Kingston, Jamaica :: Excitement is palpable among crewmembers and visitors alike as ‘the book ship’ reopens on the island of Jamaica.
In the weeks around Easter, the OM team in Vinnitsa reached out with a gospel puppet show to more than 1,500 people.
Thirteen musicians and singers arrived in Vienna from all over the world, to take part in the musical outreach, ‘The Sound of Easter.’
"Engaging in planting vibrant communities of Jesus followers is an act of proliferating beauty," says Bill Drake.
OM’s Arabian Peninsula field leader shares stories of ministry among Gulf Arabs using what he calls a "four-box" model.
Amidst ongoing unrest, OM supports IDP communities by sponsoring food distribution through local partners.
Mosbach, Germany :: OM Ships announces the appointment of Seelan Govender as Chief Executive Officer.
OM Director's Update by Lawrence Tong, International Director
OM France marks OM’s 60th anniversary, inviting International Director, Lawrence Tong, to grace this special occasion.
Young Laotian believers are discipled intentionally by OMers.
An app of praise and worship songs is allowing Central Asian believers to share and access music in their heart languages.
A lady offering cheese in payment for books was just one of many people who visited the Bus4Life, hungry to hear from God.
Willemstad, Curaçao :: The Israelites' exodus from Egypt is brought to life in a play written especially for children at an after-school club.
Young believers among the indigenous people in the rural areas of Sabah, Malaysia are impacted through discipleship.
Willemstad, Curaçao :: A young man realises the deeper truth of the words in his tattoos.
OM worker Andrew is encouraged to see the vibrancy of Jesus followers in Bangladeshi villages as one changed life impacts others.
Workers with support roles in OM's Near East Field -Lebanon, Jordan, Syria and Iraq - find opportunities to engage locals and share truth with friends.
Willemstad, Curaçao :: A girl with a weak heart gets stronger and puts her faith in Christ at the Siloam centre for sick children.
Two Muslim girls from Central Asia hear the entire gospel story.