The Friendship Centre is a central hub and meeting place for people from a diverse community in England.
Short-term workers are inspired to share the good news after experiencing opportunities on outreach in Turkey.
The Kid's 'n' Things team visited two churches to run five-day long holiday clubs, with the theme of “Lionheart and the Great Wild West Adventure”.
OM workers use London charity shop to reach out to surrounding Turkish and Kurdish communities.
An art exhibition hosted in a church helps believers invite the community to come in and talk about faith.
OM worker Janice uses art to create conversations about the gospel on the streets of England.
Long-term worker sees fresh stirrings of faith among Muslim communities in the UK.
Working among the UK's Turkish-speaking communities, an OM worker is witnessing lives being transformed.
An interview with the leaders of MDT UK, an exciting new training programme in Birmingham and London.
Editor Kris speaks to Andrew Berry about the opportunities that exist among least-reached communities across the British Isles.
A new partner ministry broadcasting Urdu-speaking programmes to 360+ million who speak it, is giving them hope for eternity.
At Manna House, in the Greater London Area, guests from all over the world come for accommodation and a place to rest.
Benny discusses how missions has changed his perspective on trusting God.
Katie lists the 10 things she's learned since moving to the UK.
Community encounter teams seek to serve their local communities and bring Jesus to their neighbourhoods.
Three communications interns serving with OM Lifehope in the UK share their experiences and why people should consider using their God-given gifts in missions.
Art ministry is a thriving field as missionaries around the globe find innovative ways to captivate people with Christ.
The Turning Point Community Encounter team in northwest London learns to share Christ’s love with people from a Muslim background.
OM Lifehope coordinates ELCO—English Language and Community Outreach—to equip those considering serving God in missions.
Some people may not think that getting somebody a cup of tea is missionary work, but for Rachel, it’s an important part of her ministry.