Logos Hope's Visitor Experience deck creatively engages people with the gospel as local volunteers make the language and cultural barriers obsolete.
An interview with the leaders of MDT UK, an exciting new training programme in Birmingham and London.
OM writer Ellyn shares firsthand accounts from those who fled for their lives to Bangladesh and now reside with thousands in camps in Cox’s Bazar.
“This publication is a tool to help those who will join Goran in sharing the gospel among Gurbet-speaking Roma, and lays the foundation for future Christian materials.”
Vieux Fort, Saint Lucia :: Young people are challenged to consider becoming more involved in mission work around the world.
For the past five years OM Lake Tanganyika has visited the local police station providing for the physical and spiritual needs of those awaiting trial.
OMers help Hungarian children uncover their gifts through drama camp.
A member of Spain's Transform team shares her experience hiking and sharing about God on the El Camino de Santiago, The Way of St. James.
Castries, Saint Lucia :: A youth initiative is launched with a football tournament, attended by Logos Hope's crew.
In 2011, The 1881 Project saw each of the 81 provinces of Turkey engaged with the gospel message over an 18-month period.
Vieux Fort, Saint Lucia :: Logos Hope's crewmembers donate books to a village library and encourage schoolchildren to read the best book of all.
When Rita heard that Jesus died for her sins and rose from the dead, Rita could't help but be amazed by this new found truth.
"In order to fulfil our mandate, there are several needs we must invest in," says Stephan Bauer.
Two workers share their motivation to keep going when they encounter disappointments in ministry.
Can young people be united in faith, irrespective of their ethnic background? The answer is yes!
A weeklong outreach gives missions training students in Angola practical experience.
Castries, Saint Lucia :: Meet Logos Hope's newest Captain, who's fulfilling a childhood dream to take the helm of our ship.
Through the ups and downs of starting a new team, millennial workers see fruit when they start asking the right question.
A family of 10 in Cambodia experience God's love through the provision of a new home.