Bosnia & Hercegovina | OM World Mission News

Beautiful Sarajevo

In the Olympic city of Sarajevo, OM connects with the local people through spaghetti nights, sports, 'smoke breaks' and coffee.

Investing in education and eternity

Providing disadvantaged children with backpacks brings the gospel into homes in remote Muslim villages of Bosnia-Herzegovina.

The last warm stove

Over the years, God used OM Bosnia’s firewood project tremendously. For the first time since 1999, there will be no wood provision this winter.

Practical help opens hearts

OM Bosnia supplies firewood to locals and an invitation to the local church for dinner, which opens their hearts to the truth.

Investing in Bosnia's future

A scholarship from OM Bosnia gives a young woman from a needy family the chance to go to school.

Bosnian teens look for >>MORE

Bosnian teenagers attend TeenStreet Europe for the second time—learning more about God and His plan for their lives.

A Roma man dreams Jesus

Jesus speaks to a Roma (gypsy) man in a dream one night, which leads to the man’s salvation.

Global South, Global North and Christ's attitude

Claudia Costa, from Brazil, discusses her personal journey to leadership in Europe and the unity believers share in the body of Christ.

Heating houses points to God

A family in need receives free firewood and, for the first time, understands that God is bigger than their needs.

Building a bridge to reconciliation

Teens attending TeenStreet Europe in July will raise money for a project to bring reconciliation to the ethnically divided youth of Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

A shoebox full of God´s love

OM Bosnia distributes Samaritan’s Purse shoebox gifts to close to 2,000 children.

'God´s Word is powerful'

A Muslim man sees God answer prayers, receives a New Testament and then searches for more.

OM Bosnia opens new space for teens

Seeing that there were few affordable activities for teens in Dobrinja, Bosnia, the OM team launches The House, a comfortable, safe place for young people.

Tattoos, soccer and Jesus

Thanks to the interest shown in his tattoos, OMer Rafael shares about Jesus during an impromptu soccer game with a few Roma boys in Bosnia.

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