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From South to South

OM workers share about the unique opportunities South Americans have in sharing the gospel among the unreached. They encourage others with similar passports to be obedient to God as they share their own experiences of stepping out in faith.

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Counter-cultural faith among the Gurbet

Goran’s decision to follow Jesus challenged the cultural values and traditions he grew up with, causing him to live differently in his community.

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The search for Fisnik

OMer Lisi has a 'chance meeting' with a special needs Albanian man and his mother in a beautifully God-ordained way.

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Stuck in the mud

"Just like the children’s game ‘stuck in the mud’ we need others to help us, to set us free. Sometimes the game gets so crazy that people don’t know you are stuck and need help," explains OMer Renette.

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Pioneering in Central Asia

A small team share stories and spread hope among least-reached Muslims in Central Asia.

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Make way for generation Z!

"The messages teens hear are 'Enjoy life: no commitment, keep your choices open and choose comfort'. Is this the consequence of their own choices or of the generation that raised them? Probably both," shares Ewout.

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Continuing to plant seeds

The opportunity to continue planting gospel seeds keeps drawing short-term outreach participants back to Ireland.

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This is how God showed His power

Martin (Argentina) wasn’t sure whether short-term missions was his idea or God’s—until he went on an unforgettable 14-day outreach to Panama.

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Breaking into freedom

Balboa, Panama :: Crewmembers teach sewing skills to young mothers from a local tribe and donate sewing machines to the community.

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Reflecting God's love

OM seeks to love refugees like family members through starting sports ministry and cooking meals in camps.

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Building on

From doing their lessons on the ground to learning at desks in classrooms, the students at Makwati Community School have come a long way.

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Come and help!

A worker with no team in central Turkey urgently requires people to join him in a plentiful harvest.

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God deserves to be worshiped in Albanian

In 2017, two OMers began a new ministry focussed on recording worship music in the Albanian language for the Albanian-speaking world.

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Director's Update - Sept 2018

OM Update from Lawrence Tong, International Director

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Reaching the tribe

Balboa, Panama :: Logos Hope's volunteers visit a Panamanian tribe on an isolated island which is being reached by the gospel.

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Flooding in Laos

OM workers share about the recent flooding in Laos and what this means for the people of this country.

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God's story never ends

“Every movie, book or song tells a story. They all have a beginning and an end. When a song ends, the story seems over. When the killer is found at the end of that thriller, the movie ends. When the couple is finally together and they kiss on the last page of that romance novel, the book ends,” says OMer Anja. “But in life, the end of a story is never the end of it. It always goes on. When that book or movie is over, time seems to freeze and life as we know it seems to stay exactly the same.”

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Barbershop talk

Peter found a group of local men were very ready to discuss big issues with him when he went for a hair cut.

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Compassion in difficult times

Balboa, Panama :: Logos Hope's volunteers make an uplifting visit to a shelter for migrant men, testing their eyesight and handing out reading glasses.

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Encouraged to continue

Brandy and her daughter Alexia (USA) went to Ireland for a two-week outreach and left impacted just as much as they'd impacted others.

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