A selection of pertinent missions news compiled by Debbie Meroff
It matters not if we are from 200 countries; we are one in Christ and shall be for eternity. OMNI-team member Greg Kernaghan about ‘globalisation’.
OM Africa teams and friends gather to read aloud the Word of God and declare its truth over the continent.
In October, 140 people take the Table Mountain Challenge in Cape Town and Franschhoek, South Africa, as part of the Freedom Climb.
An OM Ukraine leader reports that amidst ongoing conflict, deep changes are taking place that OM Ukraine expects will lead to spiritual harvest.
Through six camps over the summer, OM Hungary reached over 300 children and youth with the message of the Gospel while teaching English.
God transforms the hearts of teens from two people groups, who normally do not interact, to bring them together for worship, Bible study and friendship.
Having faced their fears in a safe environment, young Moldovans discover and embrace the calling to reach out to the hard places of the world.
A team of OM workers and local believers share New Testaments and relief packs of food in a Muslim village in Israel.
As the OM Pakistan men's travelling teams visit communities, they encourage, bring truth, and help individuals understand their need to commit to God's Son.
OM team members and former electrical training programme students help a disabled man get back into business after two teenagers steal his motorised rickshaw.
Seven young people from Montpellier attended TeenStreet 2014 with their leader, who shares about its positive impact on the group.
AIDSLink Myanmar Coordinator, Jane*, recently trained almost 400 people in HIV and AIDS in North-Western Myanmar. More training is planned this month.
Three boys who sell fish become “men of peace” for the DreamAsia+ team in three of the poorest Muslim communities in the Philippines.
167 teenagers gathered at OM Nepal’s second-ever TeenStreet event in Kathmandu last month.
Singapore : With work continuing seven days a week, dismantling and removing old machinery and equipment from Logos Hope is moving forward quickly.
Visits and relief projects transform a family, encouraging them to responsible work though previously they were considered unfit to even care for their children.
The care the head teacher of Chiyembekezo School shows to her pupils even outside the classroom has a ripple effect on the larger community.
OM Pakistan brings aid and support to victims of flooding in Pakistan.
Rafael Nastase is the field leader of OM Romania. He tells his story and describes the current work of OM Romania.