Books played an important role in Aslan's salvation. Now he provides literature to other Central Asians.
A young man in Kosovo shares his fears with an OM worker, who introduces him to the power of Jesus.
An OM team learns how to use basic pictures to tell Bible stories, share the gospel or teach other skills in places where people don't know how to read.
From surf towns in Portugal to small communities in Zambia, God is using sports to break down barriers and bring people together in fellowship with Him.
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic :: A team from Logos Hope sees God work when an unexpected change in plans brings them to a small church.
A MDT trainee puts what she has learned into practice as she teaches German to an Egyptian immigrant in Switzerland.
An OM worker and local team of believers visit indigenous Cabecar communities in the mountains of Talamanca, Costa Rica.
Throughout the history of the movement, OM has encouraged the formation of many new organisations.
An OMer sharing the gospel at a police station in Turkey is asked to return and carry on the conversation.
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic :: Crewmembers encourage deaf youth to find their identity in their Creator during an onboard event for deaf schools.
Update from International DIrector Lawrence Tong
A pastor in northern Tanzania is busy planting churches and seeing God change lives one at a time.
A South Asian believer learns to farm and live God's way.
By paying rent for a small school run by a partner church, OM provides education and biblical input to children of displaced families.
The OM team in Vietnam uses sports as an avenue to minister to those who don't know Jesus, and a door is opened wide.
A woman in a rural village in South Asia is healed—evidence to the OM team of God's work in her life and the community.
“Before Media Trek I thought: media--cool hobby, but not necessarily missional,” admitted Kotie-Alet from South Africa.
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic :: Members of the country’s navy attend a Crew Meets Crew event on board to connect with volunteers in Logos Hope's Marine Operations department.
Participants serving in the annual Central Asian outreach experience God in new ways when they leave their comfort zones.
All over the world, people with physical and spiritual needs—and the capacity to work—are esteemed by OM through its training and investment in business enterprise.