Crocodile Island

Realising the need for biblical role models, OM partnered with a local church to send a couple, Kelvin and Florence, to Crocodile Island as missionaries. Read more

Rain for days

"The village didn’t know about the cyclone." OM worker Macdonald tells how his village experienced Cyclone Idai. Read more

Reaching the community

The Bailie family serve with their local church as part of OM in Ireland's Philippian Project. Read more

Afloat again

Logos Hope returns to the water after annual dry dock, and her crew prepare to resume their floating ministry. Read more

Let there be light

Rachel reaches out to Arabs through a mums and toddlers group based in her community in England. Read more

Loved at last

Anea's story is one of abandonment, misuse, tragedy and hurt. But through OM’s House of Joy programme, she has found hope. Read more

1000 Muslim background missionaries

Algeria could transform missions in the Middle East, with a new ministry seeking to send 1,000 Algerian missionaries by 2025. Read more

Hope and a future

Lima, Peru:: A Logos Hope team joins an inspirational pastor ministering to children whose parents are in prison. Read more

Losing everything for Christ

The leader said: "This is a secret; if we started to teach about Jesus in our mosques then we might as well open churches." Read more

Largest St. Patrick's challenge

In 2019, OM hosted its largest St. Patrick's outreach in Ireland Read more

When God changes your plans

Ariela left Argentina to serve Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh and ended up going on a journey she never could have imagined. Read more

Refugee life, hardship and hope

If God can speak to a national faith believer, and move him to cross continents to share his love for Jesus with other refugees, despite dangers and difficulties, what more might He achieve with more workers prepared to take the same risks for the gospel? Read more