More Muslims have come to faith in the last 30 years than in all of previous history – and prayer has been a central part of that work.
Paul shares what fuelled his motivation to support believers in areas of Asia where it is hard to follow Jesus. He hopes their stories will inspire someone to catch the vision for helping equip the church in this region.
"Today, it is still the ‘OM way’ to welcome people who want to love God and love others around the world, equipping them with the knowledge, skills and attitudes they need to thrive in mission," Tami says.
"In my family, traditions and cultural barriers could not keep the love of Jesus from breaking through," I'Ching Chan-Thomas shares.
Through repeat visits to a West African port, OM’s Ship Ministry partners with a local pastor for ongoing impact and community transformation.
In this month's Director's Update, read Lawrence Tong's article about how we must bridge the sacred-secular divide not just in our ministries but also in our minds.
As the world emerges from a two-year pandemic, it won’t be back to business without examining hard realities and how to utilise them in strategic p
Seeing people put into practice what they’ve learnt to start their own businesses and then “at the end of the day, they’re actually able to be self-sustainable and provide for their families” is one of Jacob’s favourite aspects of the training.
In all our lives, we carry a blend of treasures, baggage and garbage. Treasures can include gifts and talents, the fruits of the Spirit (Gal.
After Bible School David and Adèle understood God tell them to wait, and so, they actively waited as they sought His direction.