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.
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.
One OM Malawi worker’s journey of faith has led to increasing AudioBible influence.
OM EAST: Arli Roma believer, Biljana, is committed to God’s call to reach her nation with the Gospel.
OM worker Jael shares about believers in North West Bosnia growing in faith and learning the joy of giving.
To support relief efforts, OM has produced a small card to share the Gospel among refugees.
OM partners with a Greek aid organisation to run the only Christian camp on Lesbos, offering help in Jesus' name.
A Bible study for the guardians of the pupils in Chiyembekezo School in Ntaja, Malawi, is bringing freedom to the women who attend.
Chiyembekezo School is aptly named. Meaning “hope” in Chichewa, the school brings hope to orphans and vulnerable children in Ntaja, Malawi.
Over an eight-day period, 18 Ride2Transform cyclists travelled 690 kilometers, participating in a personal journey with the Lord and praying for the country of Malawi.
Do others’ opinions of us define our worth? What gives us value? OM Arts asks these questions across Kosovo through concerts of music and dance.