As Esther* learnt more about Jesus’ transforming power through love, she was challenged to step out further in her faith.
In Southeast Asia, OM teams and partners are working to teach the next generation that love is a great unifier.
In an area where the population is mostly Buddhist, OM workers are seeing people turn to Christ after seeing the difference He makes.
"I want to learn to give like you give," said a man having observed the quiet, positive way WayEn and ShunShun served the community.
As a software engineer in Southeast Asia, Paulo uses his whole life to showcase God's excellence and share His love.
Jean is seeing his faith and skills in business integrated in a new way
God's personal love has a transforming power on Buddhist people all throughout Myanmar.
When Emily (Singapore) realised that God knew her name, she chose to follow Him. Now she shares the same truth with her students in East Asia.
Dora gives up her dream job in Mexico and discovers God's joy by serving Him and seeing Him provide for all her needs.
A European worker serving in South East Asia as a teacher is motivated by experiences from her own childhood to share God's love.
Palin shares about his life's journey and how Jesus and the Church are not bound by any cultural or religious label.
Ailani shares about how her relationship with Jesus has changed her life from one of fear to leading others and modelling Christ's love.
An OM worker from Latin America uses his carpentry skills to disciple young men in their faith and give them better employment opportunities for the future.
Noy shares her journey of experiencing God's love for herself and forgiving the community that persecuted her family.
Jose, an Argentinian worker serving in Southeast Asia, tells of how he entered overseas service and what he has seen God do through his not-so-typical ministry.
Sharing God's love can result in persecution and impact believers' families, as one OMer learns while visiting a friend.