To see hope restored in communities, OM partner organisation AIDSLink International runs a three-day workshop on HIV and AIDS for workers in Laos.
Opening a ‘baby safe’ in a township near Pretoria, South Africa, helps desperate mothers find a solution and give their babies a future.
Since joining OM’s Namana Project, one couple has developed a successful business, built their own home and can give their children an education.
As families devastated by the recent fire in a Bangladesh slum rebuild their lives, the team helps, and individuals tell their stories.
A Japanese girl once weighed down by the guilt of sin accepts Jesus’ complete forgiveness and is baptised. She now exudes “radiant joy”.
After a fire devastates a Bangladesh slum, the OM team distributes food, cooking items, plastic tarps and hope to hurting families.
For the second time, OM Italy hosts the Incarnate School of Art and Mission in Bobbio Pellice.
God changed one young Indonesian man’s life, who now dreams about using soccer to tell people around the world about Jesus.
OM Philippines-Cebu conducts critical incident stress debriefing training with partner organisations and churches in Cebu City, Northern Cebu and Bohol Island.
As a result of relationships established through OM Myanmar's football club, the team was asked to provide announcers for the South East Asia Games.
A weekend camp provides young believers a chance to relax and rededicate themselves to the Lord.
A shepherd from a Muslim background comes to Jesus thanks to a goat ministry started by OM Mozambique.
Sarah was very brave. Coming from a Muslim family, following Jesus was not a light decision for her to make.
Although seeing God’s kingdom established is a long-term process, hearts are being touched and lives changed in Bangladesh.
In December, OM Pakistan hosted a Christmas event for many affected by the bombings in September.
A short-term worker with OM Nepal feels the urgency to spread the gospel while on a trek during his one-week stay.
On 24 December, OM Philippines-Cebu witnessed the overflowing joy of about 135 families during Christmas parties they hosted in two typhoon-affected areas.
A dental team brings blessings to OM China's welfare centre.
Students from OM Philippines-Cebu's Alternative Learning System bring children joy through a Christmas party, following the trauma caused by Bohol earthquake and Typhoon Haiyan.
Believers from different nations and denominations gathered to worship God together in Athens, promoting unity amongst the city’s believers.
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…