After attending Transform 2014 and going on the Greece outreach, a young South African man returns to Greece eight months later to stay.
OM Lake Tanganyika is using cheerleading as a way to reach out to African young women and girls.
Egyptian teen prays to receive Jesus with words and through pictures during Throne Room, TeenStreet’s evening worship time.
Chorley Mission is a small church of mostly elderly people; a Lifehope team brings new life to the congregation through working with children and youth.
A long-term OM worker sells Bibles at a bookshop in the Arabian Peninsula and shares daily with people desperate for hope.
A teacher in North Africa uses a special dessert to explain the concept of grace.
TeenStreet Egypt combines small groups, worship, art and sports to teach teens that they are God’s own handmade creations.
Anna Filion came to El Salvador as a nurse, but learnt that God had bigger plans for her during OM El Salvador’s Samaritan Adventure outreach.
“Seeing how these boys lived…put my own life into perspective,” said Anne Davidson, after spending time with youth living on the streets of Lusaka.
Every time they talked, Maria cried when she shared her problems with an OM Guatemala team member. Now, she is free of suffering and abuse.