Anea's story is one of abandonment, misuse, tragedy and hurt. But through OM in Kosovo's House of Joy programme, she has found hope for her, and her daughter's, future.
Although Debora's journey to get to House of Joy was one filled with valley after valley, she never lost hope and her friend Anita never stopped praying.
Exciting gospel encounters happen when disciples go out two by two, as Jesus commanded in Luke chapter 10.
Anita tells how she saw God answer her prayers in seeing Besjana from OM’s House of Joy programme reunited with her son.
In 2017, two OMers began a new ministry focussed on recording worship music in the Albanian language for the Albanian-speaking world.
Peter found a group of local men were very ready to discuss big issues with him when he went for a hair cut.
OM Arts held a workshop for local musicians in Kosovo to help them write new worship songs.
OM Incarnate participants explore the question: can a mural do more than just decorate a wall?
Luana suffered years of abuse and is now living with her four children in House of Joy, a long-term aftercare program for survivors of abuse.
Do others’ opinions of us define our worth? What gives us value? OM Arts asks these questions across Kosovo through concerts of music and dance.
Forty-three Kosovar youth plus five days of art camp equals creative sowing for the Kingdom by OM Arts in Kosovo.
A survivor of abuse in the Balkans engages in microbusiness through knitting, providing support for herself and her children.
An OMer shares her experience delivering food packages in Kosovo, as she encounters a family involved in a blood feud.
The worship service began with the room almost empty. Hardly any of the youth arts camp participants were believers, so would any join?
The story of how one Kosovar teenager experienced the healing and fellowship through OM Arts Camp in Pristina, Kosovo.
OM leads a discipleship programme through the local church in Kosovo.