Central Asians experienced God’s transformation in their own lives. Now they mobilise others to the least reached in their region.
OM Paraguay opens a new mobilisation centre in the Chaco region, inspiring more people and churches to get involved with missions.
A lack of funding prevents many churches in the Global South from sending missionaries, so OM is working on sustainable ways to support workers to go to the least reached.
A popular card game provides one OM worker with an outlet for evangelism.
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic :: Volunteers hold a prayer and worship meeting during the voyage out to sea to escape the path of Hurricane Irma.
Driven apart by the Syrian civil war, an extended family experiences miraculous healing and dreams and believes in Jesus.
OM Malawi’s Chiyembekezo School is giving out goats.
OM MTI shares the love of Jesus and empowers children and families in Cambodia through English classes that prepare students for future employment.
At Sea :: Logos Hope leaves port to get out of the path of Hurricane Irma.
Women in the Near East pray and prepare Bible stories to share with local friends through creative opportunities.
With the fishing season going poorly in Kapembwa, Zambia, the people want to know why, and to find the answers, they’ve called in a witch doctor.
The long-running Africa Trek operates one of OM Africa’s primary evangelism ventures.
In 2009, OM in Africa and Pro Christo merged to greatly expand their ministry reach on the continent.
A successful Malawian church planter is digging deeper into biblical discipleship.
A pastor and OMer in Tanzania is taking initiative in his quest for community transformation.
Port-au-Prince, Haiti :: Crewmembers provide hands-on tailoring training and donate five sewing machines to workers from children's home Beraca Haiti.
Transform staff Esther Banzi (South Africa) loves to share the needs in Europe with people from the Global South and see them moving into missions.
As we celebrate OM’s 60th anniversary, we also celebrate using the arts to bridge cultural, language and generational gaps, ultimately enabling God’s people to express His redemptive purpose for mankind.
Heikki drove the nearly 4,000 km from Finland to Transform in Spain on his motorcycle. A Harley-Davidson and a saxophone were useful instruments in God's hands.
Newlyweds Sam & Lena joined Transform as part of their honeymoon, because they wanted to honour God from the very start of their life together.