OM Nepal workers and volunteers host a trauma counselling camp after the recent earthquakes for about 150 students at a school in Kathmandu.
As war continues in the east of Ukraine, refugees flood Odessa. OM cannot turn a blind eye to its new neighbours.
OM Argentina now has their own football field to hold sports classes for children in an underprivileged area of Córdoba.
A church plant in Montenegro experiences unexpected diversity and growth resulting from the conflict in Ukraine.
Participants of OM Costa Rica's Pearl Process programme start their own small groups to impact more women in high-risk communities.
In July, an OM team of artists will use their creative gifts to share about the Creator at the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown.
Subic Bay, Philippines :: Logos Hope’s Official Opening in Subic Bay is blessed by the attendance of pastors who have stood with the ship’s ministry...
“I have been so humbled with the Nepalese people’s ability to survive on virtually nothing,” says a volunteer after visiting homes damaged by the earthquake.
Graphic designers, translators and distributors from 130 organisations meet to develop media for minority languages in Eurasia.
OM Zimbabwe, in partnership with local Tonga pastors, publishes the first theological book in the Tonga dialect of Zimbabwe.
An OM worker witnesses God move in the life of a local woman.
Cebu, Philippines :: A full-day workshop on HIV and AIDS is held on board Logos Hope to encourage churches and voluntary organisations to reach out...
Cebu, Philippines :: Pastors and their wives who serve in the region affected by Typhoon Haiyan are invited on board for a time of rest...
“People were believing,” said one OM worker ministering to suffering and traumatised villagers after the earthquake. “[God] was showing His glory. I saw His glory.”
The earthquake has caused great mourning in Nepal, says one worker, “but when we see God’s work we’re able to be excited.”
After losing some vital documents, a new believer in Kosovo prays to God for help finding them—and He answers in a dream.
Kuching, Malaysia :: Church leaders in Kuching are invited on board Logos Hope for an afternoon of gathering and sharing.
OM co-founder, Dale Rhoton, and his wife, Elaine Rhoton, reflect on more than 50 years of service in OM at a recent event in Singapore.
It's an unforgettable experience!” OM Mexico’s missions training impacts one participant’s life, who then returns to the training as a staff member.
OM Nepal organises a church-plant training for local churches in a part of the country where the majority Tibetans are unreached with the Gospel.
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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