Austria | OM World Mission News

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.

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.

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.

A dream come true
20-Mar-2013

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

Creating comics to bring “Light in the Darkness”
25-Jan-2010

Why and how OM EAST produces Christian comics to reach minority peoples

Time of Sowing for Bayash  and Time of Harvest for Arli
18-May-2010

OM EAST - Just before Easter 2010, the Hitchings travelled to Serbia with Simon (OM EAST) to deliver 1200 copies of "My First Bible" in...

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.

Digging up the past
23-May-2011

As OM Austria prepares for its 50th anniversary this summer, they have been delving into old records and photos. Read about how a flower seller...

When the Rubber Hits the Road
01-Feb-2010

Profile of a veteran driver with OM EAST

His Eye is On the Sparrow
22-Jan-2010

OM East reaches out to forgotten peoples with literature and aid


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