A church service in the Netherlands shifts from being run for Ukrainians to being run by Ukrainians.
After a year of excited anticipation, Doulos Hope, the newest addition to OM Ships, is ready to begin her journey in East Asia.
In the midst of the destruction caused by earthquakes in Turkey, small communities of Jesus followers continue to demonstrate what it means to love one another.
In Southeast Asia, OM teams and partners are working to teach the next generation that love is a great unifier.
Spurred by his own coming-to-faith story, one OM worker passionately serves Central Asians through digital media.
Ann invites other artists to embrace their cultural identity, as well as their identity as Christ followers, in their art.
"It was not until I came to a Jewish understanding of the Bible, however, that I realised the true meaning behind Easter," shares Gersham.
In an area where the population is mostly Buddhist, OM workers are seeing people turn to Christ after seeing the difference He makes.
Along the shores of Lake Tanganyika, new Jesus followers were not content to keep the good news to themselves. Instead, they started to share with neighbouring areas.
Josh's concern for finding answers to humanity’s big problems — especially sustainable energy solutions — sparked an interest in engineering that eventually led him to Ukraine.
“It seems that people want to eliminate the environment,” shared Sinesio. “On the farm we do the opposite; we are restoring the environment."
Restrictions from the COVID-19 pandemic presented new opportunities for Juan to connect with more finance people virtually.
Prayer and persistence were key in David's journey to becoming a believer. “Pray for countries even if you don’t know anyone there," he urges.
Since 1999 the Tamar Center has been reaching women in a red-light district in Thailand, offering them the hope of Jesus.
South Sudan, the world’s youngest country, has great poverty, civil unrest and a rapidly growing Church.
As a child, Taylor dreamt of travelling the world. Today, as a videographer with OM, she films stories across the globe that encourage the Church to get involved with God’s plan for missions.
"Today, it is still the ‘OM way’ to welcome people who want to love God and love others around the world, equipping them with the knowledge, skills and attitudes they need to thrive in mission," Tami says.
“We love because He loved us first,” said Love. “God wants us to be the light to others.”
Philip and Rachel were not sure where God was calling them, but they knew what He was calling them to be: faithful people.
As Esther* learnt more about Jesus’ transforming power through love, she was challenged to step out further in her faith.
After an earthquake–and the resulting tsunami–destroyed much of her city, Sylvia worked to provide clean water in surrounding communities. "This water is like more than gold for us," people said.