Loving our Muslim neighbours is an opportunity and privilege.
An OM worker visits an islamic university while trying to build a deeper relationship with a religious friend.
When a short-term outreach team finds openness among an unreached people group, their church gets motivated to send more people.
“God is working in this community,” James said. He and other Christians in his village are challenging the culture by living their lives for Christ.
Exciting gospel encounters happen when disciples go out two by two, as Jesus commanded in Luke chapter 10.
Two young Hungarians share about their experiences serving abroad with OM on Logos Hope and in the UK.
OM Near East launches a one-year Arab internship programme to equip local believers for long-term ministry among the least reached.
By living honourable lifestyles, OM workers build trust with local friends and gain opportunities to share Jesus.
Iranians in Serbian refugee camps are turning to Jesus, becoming baptised and sharing their faith—events that one OM leader describes as being straight out of the Book of Acts.
A worker bonds with a North African friend over movies and finds opportunity for deeper discussions about faith.