Near East | OM World Mission News

Refreshment on the field

Support team leaders use home and creativity to provide a place of refreshment for friends and workers.

Hardships and hope - discipling Syrian Kurdish believers

Long-term OM worker disciples Syrian Kurdish refugees and shares the hardships, and also the hope for fruit from the ministry.

A Changing tide of grace

Long-term OM-ers share about changing attitudes and windows of opportunity for ministry in the Near East since the beginning of the war in Syria.

School for Syrian kids (Part 2): Let the children come

After experiencing God’s miraculous provision, one woman sacrificially advocates for and educates marginalized Syrian children in her village.

School for Syrian kids (Part 1): Always enough

One local partner experiences God’s miraculous provision when she chooses to give generously and sacrificially from her family’s supplies.

Daily bread in Iraq

Young Iraqi women earn wages baking thousands of loaves of bread at two bakeries built by a local church inside the camps where they live.

Quick start

A women’s team sees dramatic response within four months of starting a new ministry in the Middle East.

Business beyond borders

An OM worker applies business lessons to an increasingly international context.

God calls Syrian refugees to follow Him

Amidst the poverty and brokenness around her, one OM team leader sees God’s grace at work within one Syrian refugee community in the Near East.

Artist in the Arab world

Jacob, who just finished a one-year communications internship in MENA, talks about his experiences with art in the Arab world.

Fishing in the desert

Writer Nicole James joins two women on a ‘fishing’ trip in the Near East and experiences God provide opportunities to share truth with Muslim girls.

Art as advocacy in missions

OM Middle East North Africa hosts an internship programme for writers, designers, photographers and film makers who desire to use art as advocacy in missions.

‘Open up, ancient doors’

One team in the Near East perseveres in an area with no known believers, praying that God will open doors to hearts and lives.

Fluent in ministry and rest

OM Near East invites local partners to a weekend training in Arabic, offering refreshment and seminars about reproducible church-planting strategies.

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