South Asia | OM World Mission News

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.

The Quiet man

One man's curiosity draws him to discover why the OM team members lead a different lifestyle.

God's word never returns empty

A man finds a discarded Bible from an earlier OM distribution trip and believes.

Trained to change

A young man is transformed and now trained in sustainable farming ready to change his least-reached community.

Trickle-down witness

OM worker Andrew is encouraged to see the vibrancy of Jesus followers in Bangladeshi villages as one changed life impacts others.

Modelling how Jesus lived

Only five known believers existed in Nepal when it opened its doors in 1951—now there are an estimated one million. Discover the role OM has...

By bus, bicycle or boat: OMers make Bengali New Testament #1 bestseller

Massive distribution efforts by OM teams in Bangladesh over more than 10 years sowed gospel seeds and made the Bengali New Testament a #1 best...

Help in time of need

OM's emergency assistance was the first help families had received since the severe flooding across Bangladesh. For many it came just in time.

Relief for eternal life

Before OM's emergency aid reached a single family, one life was changed forever.

Dina - life returns at 30

After suffering a traumatic injury from childbirth at a young age, Dina's life was restored through OM's tailoring skills training.

The catalyst of two new believers

The faith of two young Bangladeshi men in 1976 served as a catalyst to OM’s focused outreach and the training of hundreds of new workers.

Discipling the least reached

OM teams work to build up and disciple rural villages in South Asia to see them living healthier and growing in their faith.

An unfinished symphony

Believers begin a conversation with a local religious leader about Jesus.

Hungry for fellowship

Sylvia discovers how eager believers in rural Bangladeshi villages are for fellowship.

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