The celebration of Lunar New Year, also known as Chinese New Year (CNY), starts with a ‘reunion dinner,’ where every family member returns home to share the final meal of the year together. However, OM in Singapore has some friends who are unable to do so — they work in the red-light district, and many are estranged from their families. This year the OM team invited these friends for reunion meals with them.
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Not ready to retire, David joined OM. “I believe God has continuing purposes for our lives, including into our latter years,” David says.
Sharing the gospel in South East Asia often comes with persecution, as many people see Christianity as displeasing to the spirits they worship. However, the transformation taking place in Jesus followers' lives is starting to change people's minds.