Sharing God's love can result in persecution and impact believers' families, as one OMer learns while visiting a friend.
God uses bracelets to weave together a group of children from different cultures and backgrounds so they can experience His love.
A new generation of Sudanese church planters, trained by an Arab OMer in North Africa, revive OM’s ministry in north Sudan.
Worker shares how OM’s storytelling course revitalised her English classes and friendships.
A 12-year friendship gains spiritual traction when a North African woman buys a devotional book at the local market.
Facing widespread famine, five members of OM in South Sudan begin a new relief project.
Loving our Muslim neighbours is an opportunity and privilege.
An OM worker visits an islamic university while trying to build a deeper relationship with a religious friend.
Against all odds, 19-year-old Melisa from Albania joins Logos Hope.
God uses theatrical evangelism camps to impact children from vulnerable populations as well as the short-term volunteers who serve.
A little girl’s dream of Jesus prepares her and her mother for the gospel message a visiting outreach team brings to their home.
An art exhibition hosted in a church helps believers invite the community to come in and talk about faith.
OM Director's Update from Lawrence Tong
Manta, Ecuador :: Logos Hope's volunteers visit an area affected by the 2016 earthquake and share hope with children there.
When a short-term outreach team finds openness among an unreached people group, their church gets motivated to send more people.
OMer Patrick shares his biggest takeaways from serving in sports ministry in Hungary for two years.
Even though she didn’t want to go to Africa in the beginning, Abbie believes God prepared her for it and reflects on her experiences.
Outreach teams saw God going ahead of them to provide for their needs and prepare people He wanted them to meet.
Puntarenas, Costa Rica :: Logos Hope's maintenance team refurbishes the roof and water supply of a tired house after hearing about the conditions the resident was living in.
“God is working in this community,” James said. He and other Christians in his village are challenging the culture by living their lives for Christ.