OM Celebrates 60 Years

OM is celebrating 60 years in 2017. Weekly over the course of the coming anniversary year, we are presenting 60 defining moments that have shaped OM into what we are today.

Welcoming strangers
17-Nov-2017 | Netherlands

Thousands of people have sought refuge in Europe in the past decades; in 2015, the number exploded. OM teams welcome the foreigners to their new home countries.

Local volunteers on board Logos Hope make a difference
10-Nov-2017 | Hong Kong

Logos Hope's Visitor Experience deck creatively engages people with the gospel as local volunteers make the language and cultural barriers obsolete.

A Bible on the shelf
02-Nov-2017 | Turkey

In 2011, The 1881 Project saw each of the 81 provinces of Turkey engaged with the gospel message over an 18-month period.

Hope amidst desperation: How the Syrian War changed OM’s ministry in the Near East
23-Oct-2017 | Near East

Since the Syrian war began, OM workers have served alongside locals, including Muslim background believers, to spread hope amongst desperate people.

Freedom for captives
19-Oct-2017 | International

At the heart of missions lies a passion for justice. In every community in which OM is involved, working for justice for the oppressed and vulnerable is part of ministry.

An amazing God-given tool
12-Oct-2017 | International

An amazing God-given tool to mobilise and inspire people to make a difference: Global Village.

Planting churches through sports
03-Oct-2017 | International

From surf towns in Portugal to small communities in Zambia, God is using sports to break down barriers and bring people together in fellowship with Him.

Embracing kingdom impact
28-Sep-2017 | International

Throughout the history of the movement, OM has encouraged the formation of many new organisations.

Microbusiness is ministry
21-Sep-2017 | International

All over the world, people with physical and spiritual needs—and the capacity to work—are esteemed by OM through its training and investment in business enterprise.

Sustainable solutions for missions
13-Sep-2017 | International

A lack of funding prevents many churches in the Global South from sending missionaries, so OM is working on sustainable ways to support workers to go to the least reached.

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