OM Nepal celebrates 25 years of its discipleship training programme, which prepares young Nepalese believers to share the reason for their hope.
OM Finland extends love and fellowship to immigrant mothers through friendship groups, open conversation and learning together.
OM Hungary works alongside partner organisations to bring comfort and Jesus’ love to refugees in Budapest.
OM partner finds young men on the street and offers them jobs and a place to study the Bible.
A young lady in a small Laotian village is pressured to recant her faith or jeopardize her educational future.
Local OM worker dreams of distributing two million Bibles in Egypt within five years.
Thousands of individuals throughout Eurasia are given tools to make good decisions in their lives and given the offer to choose Christ.
A worker in Central Asia has a unique opportunity to read Scripture and pray with an older neighbour.
A young Nepalese boy's earthquake experience and how a Kids Trauma Camp hosted by OM Nepal helped him.
Helping a little boy with cerebral palsy brings light to the whole family
An Uzbek woman travels to Russia in search of work and finds God instead.
A man gives his life to Jesus and is used greatly by God during an international outreach in Panama.
The OM Ukraine team in Vinnitsa hosts a summer camp and experiences unity with churches and transformation with children.
Long-termers in Turkey get an unexpected opportunity to share the gospel while also representing the Turkish Post Office!
During an outreach in the indigenous region of Costa Rica, a participant blesses a local believer by washing his feet and praying for his family.
Over an eight-day period, 18 Ride2Transform cyclists travelled 690 kilometers, participating in a personal journey with the Lord and praying for the country of Malawi.
Subic Bay, Philippines :: Local volunteers share their stories and experiences on Logos Hope.
After years of work and anticipation, Gypsy Smith has been published in Serbian, a cause for rejoicing in a Roma church in Serbia.
OM in Singapore partners with Antioch Toa Payoh Outreach to reach out to the needy and elderly living in the housing estate of Toa Payoh.
OM Nepal workers and volunteers host a trauma counselling camp after the recent earthquakes for about 150 students at a school in Kathmandu.
The message of hope—of abundant, eternal life—is still out of reach for millions of people. Today, 6,640 people groups (40 percent of the world population) have yet to hear the Good News. Is that something worth investing a few weeks of your life in? What about a couple of years? Find out more…
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