Barranquilla, Colombia :: Logos Hope’s community reflects on a key date in the Ship Ministry’s history – the shipwreck of the first vessel, Logos.
OM's Riverboat was inaugurated in the Netherlands during a New Year celebration on board.
Wanted: an adventure-loving, open-minded driver. Esa was that driver.
From trying to survive each day to leading their community in bringing development, the members of a Self Help Group are being transformed drastically.
OM workers in Central Asia minister to homeless people. Some people reject their help, but others find new life.
OM Hungary’s baseball ministry celebrates brothers in Christ and starts new family outreach.
Santa Marta, Colombia :: Logos Hope's crew moves programmed events off the ship and on to shore.
Santa Marta, Colombia :: Logos Hope is welcomed to a new region of the world, where the ship's community is adjusting to a new language.
OM is known for action, not reflection; for pioneering, not reminiscing. Still, we are wise to celebrate milestones and learn from our past, whatever will serve us well for today and tomorrow.
Bibles and prayer were the most appreciated gifts Love Moldova outreach teams gave the old, the poor and the abandoned.
A children’s music programme helps Syrian mothers identify their skills and how to use them for Christ, even before they become believers.
As a young organisation, OM challenged the status quo of world missions and has since evolved into a global movement seeking to share the gospel with the least reached.
OM’s new Director in Hong Kong, Sonia Yip, shares why she’s passionate about seeing young people find their place in God’s kingdom.
On a trek with OM, David expected to practice English and see new villages, but he ended up learning the biggest lesson in life.
Working among the UK's Turkish-speaking communities, an OM worker is witnessing lives being transformed.
As prayer ministries grow in the Near East, one worker speaks into the challenges of leading a regional ministry of prayer.
Saint George's, Grenada :: A community library receives an early Christmas gift of 250 new books from Logos Hope.
"If we are serious about planting churches among the least reached as how we do mission, we must always be willing to question, reconsider and reform our paradigms," says Shaun Rossi.
When it comes to reaching the least-reached, OM workers are using new technology to make ministry more effective—one byte at a time.
In Laos, OM workers can use English as a platform to be a consistent Christian presence in a community.