Turkey | OM World Mission News

A calling confirmed

Turkey is a 'hot-climate' culture, meaning that people are relationship-oriented rather than task-oriented.

'Please come back tomorrow'

An OMer sharing the gospel at a police station in Turkey is asked to return and carry on the conversation.

The long-term short-termer

A woman from the US has cultivated a love for Turkey and OM ministries there, completing over 25 short-term trips in 31 years.

Open hearts in Turkey

Long-term workers in Turkey are seeing openness to the gospel like they haven't in many years. They share some recent stories here.

TACO team touches hearts

The TACO team in Turkey uses creative arts like dance, music, and drama to share the good news with Muslim people groups across the region.

Modern "Acts"

A family in Turkey is impacted by the gospel through contacts with the Bible Correspondence Course.

Sowing among Syrians in Turkey

OM worker joins a new Arabic-speaking ministry among Syrians in Turkey.

Supporting the local church in Turkey

OM teams are supporting Turkish churches as they respond to the changing situation in Turkey.

Delia's story

An Uzbek girl living in Istanbul, Turkey enters into relationship with Jesus after having a dream.

Reaching out to refugees

OM team in Turkey responds to refugee crisis by joining a church-led relief programme.

I give my life to You

A Turkish man gives his life to the Lord after seeing a performance by the Taco Outreach Team.

Trying to get a bank account

One OMer forms an unlikely friendship with a security guard while trying to get a bank account in Turkey

An invite to tea

OMer Michelle* and a team of women taking the gospel out in Istanbul, Turkey, are invited to a refugee's home.

Turks turn to Christ: The story of the Bible Correspondence Course

No known believers from a Muslim background existed in Turkey when the first two OMers arrived in 1961. Now, nearly half of the 7,000 believers...

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