When it comes to reaching the least-reached, OM workers are using new technology to make ministry more effective—one byte at a time.
"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.
TeenStreet Malaysia 2017 participants learned about hope and suffering from 9-13 December.
In Laos, OM workers can use English as a platform to be a consistent Christian presence in a community.
OM hosts an annual outreach, bringing participants together to share the gospel in 12 cities throughout Pakistan's tribal areas and most remote regions.
Saint George's, Grenada :: Elderly residents of a care home receive new glasses from Logos Hope's crewmembers.
By utilising short-term teams and partnering with local churches, OM Israel realigns its field focus.
OM workers from Latin America discuss the similarities and differences to Arab culture.
Forty women climb Machu Picchu to raise awareness about human trafficking during a five-day Freedom Challenge trek in Peru.
For OMers working in Angola, the key to successful ministry has been time investing in relationships.
“Greater love has no one than this, than to lay down one’s life for his friends” (John 15:13). A few in OM’s history have experienced this and are honoured as modern-day martyrs.
Mothers and children in Bangladesh’s refugee camps tell horrifying stories from recent months, many needing a place where they can be reminded of hope.
While visiting some of Moldova’s remotest and least-reached villages, a River Adventure outreach team helps young people find hope in Jesus.
One Irish family experienced the transforming love of God...one woman at a time.
OM first looked to other organisations to provide practical aid but now couples relief and development with its core vision.
OM Director's Update from Lawrence Tong, International Director
Three families talk about their experiences serving in the Middle East with small children, a special needs son and teenage daughters.
Children with disabilities blossom through a community-based rehabilitation programme and teach the women who work with them about unconditional love.
Kingstown, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines :: Logos Hope's bookfair goes on tour to a neighbouring island for a day.
During outreach to a Tatar village, the team met a woman at the well and introduced her to Jesus.