OM Nepal empowers local believers to expand God’s kingdom by training them in church planting methods.
Mosbach, Germany :: New crewmembers participate in OM’s GO Conference in Mosbach, Germany before heading for the ship.
The church in Russia is facing a new threat-HIV/AIDS. OM Russia works in rehab-centres to show God's love and compassion.
In the midst of the refugee crisis in Greece, OM country leader says OM acts as ‘the glue,’ doing behind-the-scenes work to bond churches and...
OM Philippines celebrates 25 years of transforming lives and communities.
A long-term worker overseeing refugee relief work on Lesbos describes the people he’s met on the island, the chances he’s had to share his faith...
The OM Middle East North Africa area feels the loss of OM South Sudan's beloved field leader, Rev. Iskander Loura Ali.
A team helps families rebuild the village of Langtang, destroyed by a landslide caused by the earthquake.
TeenStreet Malaysia 2015 was attended by over 350 teenagers wanting to draw closer to God.
Team members in Buenos Aires see a hunger for God's Word in a children's home and start using Bible-story colouring booklets to teach the kids.
To support relief efforts, OM has produced a small card to share the Gospel among refugees.
“I was not happy when the Lord told me to go to France,” recalls one American OM worker, who soon discovered Europe’s great spiritual needs.
A sex worker in Kazakhstan finds freedom in Christ.
Pastors and missions leaders gather for an OM conference in Singapore on responding to missions trends across the world.
An OM worker in Nepal describes how the gasoline shortage in the country is affecting hundreds of thousands of people in drastic ways.
One woman’s risk of exploitation decreased when she learnt to read and write through OM's adult literacy programme in Bangladesh.
Beyond providing basic relief items, one OM worker spends time with refugees passing through Greece, listening to their stories and hopes.
Teams distribute SD cards with New Testaments and other Christian resources to the 9,670 households in the remote district of Mugu, Nepal.
Around 30 artists take music, dance and drama to the streets of towns across Brazil to share God’s message of salvation with those they meet.
Despite natural disasters and ongoing political turmoil in the country, the largest TeenStreet Nepal yet takes place from 20–26 October with 300 people.
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…