A family of 10 in Cambodia experience God's love through the provision of a new home.
Two therapists in North Africa discover how a family tries to bring healing to a beloved daughter.
Through the ups and downs of starting a new team, millennial workers see fruit when they start asking the right question.
Michelle never expected to be involved in missions, but God had other plans.
OM Director's Update from Lawrence Tong, International Director
One hundred Filipino teens, aged 12-18 are expected to come to the five-day event of fun, learning and life-changing encounters in Cebu.
Since the Syrian war began, OM workers have served alongside locals, including Muslim background believers, to spread hope amongst desperate people.
An athlete visiting Central Asia to compete in an international competition hears the gospel in depth.
A pastor shares how his experience with OM has led to deeper faith and desire to support the work of spreading the gospel.
Castries, St Lucia :: Local people greet Logos Hope's crewmembers with excitement as the ship returns to the Caribbean island after eight years.
At the heart of missions lies a passion for justice. In every community in which OM is involved, working for justice for the oppressed and vulnerable is part of ministry.
Long-term follower of Jesus, Nikolay, stepped out in faith to help orphans in Ukraine, and partners with OM in this ministry to children.
Anna and Sarah knock boldly on brothel doors in Central Europe, requesting permission to speak to the ladies inside.
St. John's, Antigua and Barbuda :: Logos Hope's volunteers team up with relief workers to offer help and hope to people on hurricane-damaged Barbuda.
St John's, Antigua and Barbuda :: A visitor to Logos Hope is inspired by helping out at a soup kitchen.
During door-to-door ministry in a small village in South Africa, a woman opens up her house.
An amazing God-given tool to mobilise and inspire people to make a difference: Global Village.
Editor Kris speaks to Andrew Berry about the opportunities that exist among least-reached communities across the British Isles.
A third grader, displaced with her family due to conflict in her village, learns about God at MTI's School of Mercy.
Turkey is a 'hot-climate' culture, meaning that people are relationship-oriented rather than task-oriented.