Austria | OM World Mission News

God is raising up the Roma  
12-Nov-2014

Roma pastors and leaders from across Eastern Europe and the Balkans gather together for a Roma conference.

Talking point in Georgian churches
24-Oct-2014

OM EAST shares about a significant event in the Georgian church: OM EAST’s publication of the Right Choices Bible.

Changing the fortunes of the Bayash 
22-Sep-2014

OM EAST helps bring God’s truth to a people who believe they are cursed.

Stirrings under the veil
04-Sep-2014

One week before Ramadan, 17 participants share God’s love with hundreds of Arab tourists in Zell am See, Austria.

A work in progress
19-Aug-2014

OM EAST develop new booklet for red light ministries.

Building Bridges
20-Aug-2014

Building Bridges—a name well suited for the ministry at the integration centre in the Linz area — seeks to connect Austrians, immigrants, Christians and Muslims.

An unexpected letter
31-Jul-2014

OM EAST rejoices at God’s provision sent by post.

Speaking to the Arli heart
12-Jun-2014

OM EAST’s publication captures the attention of the Arli in Serbia.

Have you ever seen the beautiful Georgian script?
19-May-2014

OM EAST responds to the need for Christian books in the Georgian language.

Distributing Bibles at the Reindeer Festival
16-Apr-2013

Partners of OM EAST distribute copies of My First Bible to Nenets children on the Yamal Peninsula in northern Arctic Russia.

Delivering Bibles before the tundra melts
24-Apr-2013

OM EAST and a local partner prepare to send copies of the Right Choices Bible to the Nenets tribe on the Yamal Peninsula.

Schoolbags for children in Muslim villages
26-Jun-2013

OM EAST, in partnership with OM Bosnia, is getting ready for their annual Schoolbags Project in north-west Bosnia-Herzegovina this summer.

Courage for the Crimean Tatars 
11-Jul-2013

A Crimean Tatar man shares how he gained courage and learnt vital truths through reading Into the Den of the Infidels, produced by OM EAST.

No people too remote
12-Sep-2013

OM EAST’s latest publication reaches the Nenets tribe in Siberia—a place where few foreigners have ever been.


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