As Esther* learnt more about Jesus’ transforming power through love, she was challenged to step out further in her faith.
Kids, Youth and Students
Esther* grew up in South East Asia, where believing in Christ meant poverty, disadvantage and persecution. It is no light matter to decide to follow Jesus; the cost is extensive for entire families.
By giving young people a chance to continue their education, Jo explains: “we become God’s instruments in transforming their lives, opening the doors into the lives of both the students and even their families."
A team member shares about her work at iPunkt, an integration project for migrant children from mainly Muslim background.
Freetown, Sierra Leone :: An onshore event for children brings festive cheer at a school complex.
From a least-reached people group herself, Tuvan translator Buyana wants Tsaatan reindeer herders to hear about Jesus and know the God who changed her life.
Gabriel equips local believers to share their faith in a world of division and conflict in Israel.
An OM worker in Pakistan rebuilds his house after an earthquake in 2016 and ends up growing a house fellowship in his living room to almost 80 people.
When the Esaus left their small Canadian town 52 years ago, they expected to be teaching at a Bible school. God however had other plans.
For teens Grace and Sophia, sharing Christ's love with those who don't know Him is what they are used to.