Travelling around Turkey, one OM worker shares truth with people in some of the country's least reached provinces.
A persuasive atheist changes his mind when Jesus meets him in a dream.
Three Turkish women have discovered the Saviour who loves them through contact with the Bible Correspondence Course in Istanbul, Turkey.
In 2011, The 1881 Project saw each of the 81 provinces of Turkey engaged with the gospel message over an 18-month period.
Through the ups and downs of starting a new team, millennial workers see fruit when they start asking the right question.
Turkey is a 'hot-climate' culture, meaning that people are relationship-oriented rather than task-oriented.
An OMer sharing the gospel at a police station in Turkey is asked to return and carry on the conversation.
A woman from the US has cultivated a love for Turkey and OM ministries there, completing over 25 short-term trips in 31 years.
Long-term workers in Turkey are seeing openness to the gospel like they haven't in many years. They share some recent stories here.
The TACO team in Turkey uses creative arts like dance, music, and drama to share the good news with Muslim people groups across the region.