The Gospel is changing everything
True stories from Earth’s unreached corners
Devna's remote mountain community had no explanation for her spiritual attacks, let alone a cure. Then one day, foreigners gave her...books.
One Disciple, a Village and its Neighbors: Casting Off Fear and Ritual
It’s been more than 150 years since the translation of the Bible into Sorani Kurdish began.
Healing Broken Lives in Bangladesh’s Refugee Camps – the Rohingya people
Broadcasting the Gospel to a Fledgling and Scattered Church
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Working for Much More Than a Paycheck in the Arabian Peninsula
In post-Soviet Ukraine, there have been many struggles.
A simple outreach, but great excitement
If it’s not one thing, it’s another. And we love that!
Peer support, not pressure, for Christian teens at TeenStreet
In 1963, the first OM team travelled overland from Europe to India, sharing the good news along the way.
Second Kings 5:1-18 tells the story of the prophet Elisha healing the general Namman of leprosy in the Jordan River.
OM Caribbean encompasses 28 countries yet operates with a staff of just 21 people.
When working to reduce Bible poverty among the least reached, no system is without flaws, as OM worker Matthew* in Zimbabwe has learned.
OM’s Step Out conference is the only Chinese-English short-term event in Asia that gives practical missions training and hands-on experience.
OMer Ellyn grew up as an American overseas in Europe. Her story embodies OM’s work.
Italy: the church LaTorre in Pisa
"A sniper can shoot and anything can happen." Adelina hates the war ravaging her hometown in Ukraine. But guess who's jumping in to help?
Yande’s mom gave her up when she was only two, assuming she’d never walk. Six years later, at age eight, “never” arrived...
Through OM’s Marketplace Worker initiative, Christian professionals—from doctors and domestic workers to engineers and hairstylists—are intentionally living out the Gospel in their jobs and everyday lives overseas.