Members of Christ Church in Lye and OM’s local team visit neighbourhoods to invite residents to church, hand out tracts or hear prayer requests.
In an effort to respond to the growing need, OM partner organisation AIDSLink International conducts Channels of Hope training in Malaysia and Myanmar.
Young men from African nations find their identity and destiny through hiking in Namibia with the Wilderness Therapy Programme.
Two OM workers introduce friends to the story of redemption through a trip to Jerusalem.
Cyclist Michel Di Felciantonio writes an open letter to supporters of Ride2Transform, a tour through Italy to raise awareness for OM projects.
A couple launches a monthly class for children and their parents despite low numbers. Through prayer and free advertising, more begin to come.
OM Philippines hosts camps for children affected by recent trauma that facilitate emotional restoration through dance, songs, crafts, Bible stories and more.
OM worker is amazed to see God change lives, as he peers over his book table on a busy Muslim street in Australia.
In June, 162 people from 28 countries participate in Out of the Comfort Zone Asia 2014, followed by outreaches to 12 countries.
English Language Community Outreach students from OM Lifehope lend a hand to volunteers at the Black Country Food Bank near Birmingham, UK.
Through discipleship and group formation training, workers in the Near East are radically challenged to make disciples and see churches planted.
Several years ago OM France started teaching French to immigrants to meet a practical need, build relationships and share God’s love.
People from 14 nations participate in OM Lifehopes’ Toolkit, an intensive training programme that equips workers for ministry, particularly in the UK.
OM Guatemala visits primary and secondary schools in the country to teach children values and bring them the good news.
OM New Zealand’s new Off The GRID discipleship programme aims to inspire young adults to live for God and to serve others.
OM Philippines completes their annual mission training and exposure programme in the tribal areas of Palawan, Philippines.
OM Chile responds quickly to help local churches provide relief after a forest fire in Valparaíso kills 15 people and destroys 3,000 homes in April.
OM EAST’s publication captures the attention of the Arli in Serbia.
Woman shares about her son who was bullied and forced to leave his country.
Experienced trainers from South Africa spend a week facilitating various leadership training sessions to 600 mainly local leaders in China.
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…