North Africa | OM World Mission News

The value of perseverance

Workers encourage new believers to persevere in their faith despite facing persecution from their families.

Praying in the city

Prayer walking in a North African city brings some encouraging insights for a long term worker and her daughter

The Day in between

An English teacher, who has lived in North Africa for many years, has the opportunity to share with students about Easter and what it means.

Easter: first taste of church

When a worker apologises for a loud in-home worship gathering, her neighbour responds with the desire to attend church.

‘God is enlarging our dream’ – The growth of the Algerian church

Since the early days of the Algerian revival, OM has operated in-country, training believers and providing support for growing local ministry.

Being both spontaneous and intentional

A long term worker in North Africa is discovering that being ready for opportunities when they arise is a key element in sharing the truth.

Studying English through the Bible

A long-term OM worker in North Africa has the opportunity to study the Bible with local friends.

Exporting local products, importing love

Workers find business opportunities using local products and model a lifestyle of integrity and love.

Praying God’s heart for the nations, Part 2

Workers from the Middle East North Africa Area share how they use strategic prayer to prepare the way for God to move across the region.

Making broken pieces beautiful

By offering a creative class for women, an OM worker finds ways to transform broken tiles into art and make relationships where she can share...

God provides miracle visas

OM workers share how God answered prayers for visas to stay in North Africa.

Interpreting traditions

Long-term workers tell local friends the meaning of ancient traditions, sharing the Bible stories behind their rituals.

‘This could be my place’

Short-term participant uses Transform trip to confirm God’s call for long-term work in North Africa.

Getting Bibles in print and on phones

The Bible in the local Arabic dialect is shared via smartphone app in North Africa.

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