Chile | OM World Mission News

Defining mobilisation

A girl from the Netherlands comes to OM Chile with passion to do evangelism. Instead, she gains a true appreciation for mobilisation.

God loves you in every language

A participant of OM Chile's Adventure Team shares about a man who was deeply affected while they visited the homeless in the streets of Santiago.

The Travelling marriage

A couple from Belgium travels through Latin America together in order to connect deeper with God and each other.

An ever changing testimony from an ever present God

When asked to share his testimony, a participant of OM Chile's Adventure Team realises just how much God has worked in his life.

The miracle of a family meal

Jessie Stein tells the story of God's faithfulness in the midst of learning a foreign language and the struggles of a broken family.

Trusting in God while sick

A volunteer from Switzerland serving with OM Chile shares about a special experience she had when doing ministry in the streets of Santiago, Chile.

Part of God’s plan

A volunteer from OM Chile expresses deep joy after being used by God during a recent outreach.

Broken but saved by grace

OM Chile team member Marloes Achterveld witnesses God change the life of a homeless man.

Fellowship beyond borders

Marloes Achterveld, from the Netherlands, shares about falling in love with the people of Curarrehue in southern Chile during OM Chile's Intensive Missions Training.

Challenged in Africa

OM Chile worker shares her experience of the AIDSLink International training in South Africa.

A week for the Holy Spirit

For two days, the OM Chile Agape Team share with homeless people about the Holy Spirit and witness miracles.

I am the prodigal son

OM Chile's Agape ministry has been running an Alpha course in the day centre for homeless people. Bethany Lyttle shares of her experience there.

Sharing the Gospel with a cardboard coffin

Street evangelism - that’s how Nicolas ended up carrying a 2 meter high cardboard coffin on a bus across Santiago, Chile.

Fruits from English classes

Teaching English by acting out Christian songs. Great fun, and surprisingly meaningful for Gabiel, a homeless man in Chile.

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