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Rebuilding at 3,880 metres

A man shares about the devastating effects of the 2015 earthquakes in Nepal on his family and community, and about how they're rebuilding today.

Teenstreet Nepal 2016 begins

Teenstreet Nepal has their largest turnout this year and three guest speakers will help teens study the fruits of the Spirit.

Equipping women to create new hope

OM Nepal hosts a jewellery-making training for women from Langtang, whose homes were destroyed by landslides caused by the earthquake in April 2015.

We didn't know

An OM team in Nepal showed women a video that teaches about abortion and God's love for them and their children.

I have nothing

An AIDSLink Nepal staff member ministers to a woman living with HIV and encourages her to see that it is not a death sentence.

Realising her worth

A student shares how God has changed her life and attitude during the Discipled 2 Go training.

Restoration in Langtang

A team helps families rebuild the village of Langtang, destroyed by a landslide caused by the earthquake.

‘What must I do to believe?’

In a region with 9,670 households but only 113 known believers, OM Nepal teams distribute audio recordings of the Bible to every household.

'We haven't eaten in three days'

An OM worker in Nepal describes how the gasoline shortage in the country is affecting hundreds of thousands of people in drastic ways.

Jesus is real

Teens and leaders enjoy a week of games, daily Bible teaching, workshops and laughter at OM Nepal’s TeenStreet 2015 event.

'I came to learn more about Jesus'

Despite natural disasters and ongoing political turmoil in the country, the largest TeenStreet Nepal yet takes place from 20–26 October with 300 people.

Restoration at the Hope and Light Care Centre

A man diagnosed with HIV receives needed treatment and care at the Hope and Light Care Centre. He also learns about the God of hope.

Celebrating 25 years

OM Nepal celebrates 25 years of its discipleship training programme, which prepares young Nepalese believers to share the reason for their hope.

Help for the fearful

A young Nepalese boy's earthquake experience and how a Kids Trauma Camp hosted by OM Nepal helped him.

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