Austria | OM World Mission News

Bayash studying the Bible
25-Mar-2014

OM EAST is helping meet the need for Bible study booklets to help Bayash Christians grow in their faith.

I saw the Lord
30-Jan-2014

OM sees spiritual breakthrough when the University of Music and Performing Arts hosts an evangelistic concert – something not thought possible a few years ago.

New booklet for red light ministries
06-Dec-2013

OM EAST produces a new booklet that brings a message of hope to women working in prostitution.

Over and above what was asked
08-Oct-2013

God provides for OM EAST’s Bosnia Schoolbags Project this year in special and surprising ways.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

A dream come true
20-Mar-2013

After two years of hard work, a new church is born in Austria.

Small town, big God
11-May-2012

During Easter, the oldest town in Austria celebrated the life of Jesus and furthered the dream of planting a church.

Planting churches in hard soil
08-May-2012

In a country with few evangelical churches, OM Austria aims to establish a worship point in every town with a population over 5,000.

Strangers at our doorstep
15-Jul-2011

OM sees God working in the lives of a few of the thousands of asylum seekers in Austria.

Digging up the past II
07-Jul-2011

In the 70s, OM was considered a strange movement that thought ordinary Christians could share the Gospel and train workers—a revolutionary idea in those days.


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