Mozaik church, pioneered by the OM team in Bar, Montenegro, has recently baptised seven new believers in the Adriatic sea, at the beach.
Various Pastors joined OM El Salvador on an outreach to Honduras, obeying the Lords command to make disciples.
Providing disadvantaged children with backpacks brings the gospel into homes in remote Muslim villages of Bosnia-Herzegovina.
OM teams work to build up and disciple rural villages in South Asia to see them living healthier and growing in their faith.
OM’s work in the Middle East North Africa region has evolved from long road trips with literature, yet continues the same pioneering spirit and passion for the unreached.
Adela, a lady from the women’s prison in Cartagena de Indias, Colombia, was baptised during the encounter called ‘Woman, you are free’.
Three men smuggled Bibles into Eastern Europe and witnessed God work in miraculous ways as they stepped out in faith.
Participants from a day of outreach to refugee families in Budapest share their experiences.
A welder's life is renewed in Kaharlyk, Ukraine through a new business opportunity with OM.
"...the changes ahead will enable us to better live out our collective passion..." writes David Greenlee.
Prayer and the Word of God have had a powerful and liberating effect in the lives of neglected poor people visited by ‘Love Moldova’ outreach teams.
One simple sentence changes a boy’s conduct and outlook on life, as he and his siblings encounter a ‘Love Moldova’ outreach team.
Sekondi-Takoradi, Ghana :: Help Ministries team members provide HIV and AIDS awareness training to pastors during an onboard workshop.
OM, throughout its history and into the future, is a clear reflection of the passion and ingenuity of its founder, George Verwer.
A young man with a disability finds help at Mercy House and his grandmother finds a way to serve.
A team of dentists and volunteers recently visited an orphanage in the Odessa province to fix 75 young smiles.
Since 1975, OM ships have acted as a catalyst in the spiritual awakening of countless Koreans. Since then, thousands of Koreans have served with OM all over the world.
A young man is diagnosed with HIV and gets to know Jesus through a worker of OM Paraguay.
The story of how OM’s Ship Ministry began
After the impact of initial OM summer campaigns, George Verwer asked in 1963 if anyone would be willing to work with OM for at least a year.