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First Gurbet-Serbian-English picture dictionary

“This publication is a tool to help those who will join Goran in sharing the gospel among Gurbet-speaking Roma, and lays the foundation for future...

Time to pitch the tent again

As refugee numbers soar locally, the local government in Sid, Serbia, asks OM to help them again. OM gets their tent out again.

Tea and friendship in the OM tent

OM Serbia, with the help of volunteers from several nations, are providing sweet tea, and friendship, to the refugees at a camp in Sid, Serbia.

Friends through football

God uses football and English lessons to build friendships between OM Serbia and refugees.

A happy place

Mahmood, a refugee from Sudan, travelled the 'West Balkan' migrant route. Months later, settled in The Netherlands, he recalls worship in OM's tent in Serbia.

A life in ruins

Though his home city of Palmyra is in ruins, Abdul hopes to give his children a second chance in Europe.

Gleanings from garbage

Christina reflects on lessons learned about valuing people the way Christ did, while cleaning trash and volunteering in a refugee camp in Šid, Serbia.

Be more like them

Christina shares about the love between a refugee man and his disabled son, whom she met while volunteering in Šid, Serbia.

A window of peace

Sometimes it's not about handing out blankets, meals or having conversations, noticed OM worker Elizabeth when volunteering in the refugee ministry in Serbia.

A journey towards hope

At an OM-led art session in Serbia, some Syrian refugee children have a chance to express themselves, and let their creative talents shine.

'We cannot pretend nothing has happened'

Michel Di Feliciantonio and three other Italian Christians spent a week in Šid, Serbia, helping refugees on their way into Europe.

Distributing God's love around the clock

In his third update from Serbian/Croatian border, Volker Sachse says that in spite of increasingly difficulties, he can see God’s peace touch local people.

Filling the gap

A team at the Serbian/Croatian border provides relief to migrating refugees. OM Germany leader Gian Walser talks about the work and its impact on him.

Moments of God's peace

In this second update from the Serbia/Croatia border, OM leader Volker Sachse describes moments of God’s peace that transforms people in a dire situation.

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