Near East | OM World Mission News

Working out at women’s gyms

Two workers in the Middle East talk about friends they’ve made at the women’s gym and why it’s a good place to invest their time.

Learning to lead

One worker shares how leading a short-term summer outreach changed her perspective about her country and capabilities.

Leaving lasting ideas

Restoration and hope: A Bedouin woman and her son earn new income selling beans after listening to an OM worker share ideas about starting a...

A local worker in God’s harvest

A local man shares his testimony, endures persecution and encourages others in the Near East to stand firm.

Training leads to transformation

An OM training conference equips a local pastor with tools to transform his Sunday service for Syrian refugees.

Two weeks on Arab streets

OM short-term team shares highlights and lessons from a two-week Transform summer outreach to the Near East.

Marriage changes the way Lydia does ministry

Ten years ago, Lydia* arrived on the field as a single woman. Now married and with two kids, her method of ministry has changed entirely.

Spreading the gospel in Muslim communities

OM MENA Travelling Team (MTT) spent 26 days distributing more than 10,000 gospel tracts and spreading Scripture throughout a Muslim-majority country.

Prayer: Making way for the gospel to go forward

A community of believers from across the world come together to establish houses of prayer along what has been called the Isaiah 19 Highway.

Donuts and DBS

Three women experience God’s faithfulness as they reach out to a new city, sharing with Muslims, discipling new believers and baptising a close friend.

Going to extreme lengths for the sake of the gospel

The Mena Travelling Team has their first outreach, travelling throughout the MENA region and doing whatever it takes to share the Gospel with the unreached.

From Latin America to the Levant

OM workers explain, their home has become a mix of Latin American and Middle Eastern cultures.

Belief out of the blue

Local man suddenly decides to become a believer, long after workers had given up on his spiritual interest.

Reading the Bible together

OM worker in the Near East Field has a passion for Muslim women to understand the Word of God.

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