When the OM Malawi team met Sarah she quickly became Abaku or 'Grandma,' being an example of Christ to many in her community.
'Light in the Darkness', an illustrated comic sharing the gospel, is now available in the Arabic and Farsi languages for refugees in Europe.
Georgetown, Guyana :: Crewmembers travel by boat up a river to deliver water purifiers to remote communities.
Prison ministry in Ntaja, Malawi is reaching out to prisoners and guards alike; planting seeds and bearing fruit.
Solar powered electricity provides a unique way to connect with the local community.
Providing disadvantaged children with backpacks brings the gospel into homes in remote Muslim villages of Bosnia-Herzegovina.
OMer MacDonald shares how a church in rural Malawi started and has started reaching out.
A member of Spain's Transform team shares her experience hiking and sharing about God on the El Camino de Santiago, The Way of St. James.
Recently completing a graphic design internship with OM EAST, Annamari reflects on how her understanding of God’s character and His role in design has changed.
Saying “yes” to God’s plan changed Lenka’s life, bringing joy as she developed skills in graphic design.
The Discipleship course in Malawi challenges students to own their faith and apply it in their daily lives.
A brief presentation of Mpumi Maweni who recently took over as the new Transform Director.
A group of 12 came to France through the Transform conference, to partner with a church and establish connections in the local refugee camp.
Surfing on the beach or providing a dance workshop were new ways to share the gospel in Portugal.
OM workers take God’s Word to a minority group in the country of Georgia, helping point individuals on a journey to faith in Christ.
“We believe that the Gospel of Jesus can be preached without saying any words,” said OM worker Fredson. “But by doing, by showing love, by taking care of the old and by just being available to people.”
OM worker Kiet began life stranded on an island as a refugee; now he is helping offer refugees the life-line that ultimately saved him.
The students of OM Malawi’s two schools are receiving something more than a Christ-centred education; a way to pay for future schooling.
The people of Chisopi never imagined a school would be established in their village. Today, their children are receiving an education.
OM EAST worker Inger reflects about Christ’s love reaching into a segregated Roma village in Croatia where local partners share the Gospel with children.