Near East | OM World Mission News

Syrian church planters receive ministry training

A long-time worker in the Near East leads training for Kurdish Syrian believers, which, considering the current crisis, is nothing short of a miracle.

Couple's flexibility allows for effective ministry

OM couple in the Near East reaches out to Muslim neighbours in various ways.

Discipleship and group formation

Through discipleship and group formation training, workers in the Near East are radically challenged to make disciples and see churches planted.

Redeeming the mountains

Couple uses eco-tourism to create conversations and bring new perspective to God’s creation.

Taste of the Middle East 

One young writer reflects on her vision trip to the Middle East and her plans to return to the mission field for a communications internship.

Counting the cost of faith

In this interview, Jonathan Andrews of Middle East Concern recognises injustice is widespread in the Middle East, targeting minority groups even within the majority religion.

Trained for impact

Often we think serving somewhere for just a couple months can’t accomplish much, but short-termers in the Near East learn that’s not true.

Unlocking change in Syria

Young Syrian girl's life is transformed.

Latinos find cultural similarities in the Arab World

Coming from Panama and Brazil, OM workers find common ground with locals in the Arab World.

Transform participant connects with Syrian youth

Short-termer shares his personal testimony with Syrian youth during an OM Transform outreach.

Arabs reach Arabs with the Gospel

Jordanian believers discuss the life-altering experience of the Arab-to-Arab Outreach 2013.

Responding to the crisis in Syria

What might God want to do through you to respond to the crisis in Syria?

Dream of Jesus

A Muslim woman is scared the night before a meeting with believers, but God speaks to her in a dream, telling her, “Go.”

Beacon of hope in Syria

Believer in Syria shares how God is transforming lives.

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