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

A Bible for the Kurds

A Bible app provides access to God's Word for thousands of Kurds. Read more

Church planting in Tunceli

A short-term creative outreach team helps long-term workers connect with several young men in a least-reached area. Read more

A beacon of light for kids and teens

Children's club at the church in Tkvarcheli, which is held by MDT students, impacts the lives of local children and gives them hope. Read more

Not made to last

Cyclone Idai struck Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe on March 14. More than 2,250 people have been injured and an estimated 2.6 million are affected by the cyclone-related flooding. Read more

The only Christian in her village

Moldovian Maria shares about when the Bus 4 Life visited her village Read more

You must go

Agustinus shares how MDT changed his life and how it lead him into serving long term. Read more

A vibrant community emerges

Over the past year, an OM team has been working and praying to grow a community and build a church to be a witness in this city. One year later, the time is ripe to launch the church officially. All praise to God, the strong tower. Read more

Blessed are the peacemakers

The OM team in South Sudan organised a seven-day youth conference that brought together 140 young people, aged 20 and above, from multiple different tribes. The youth at the conference learnt to embrace their identity in Christ and their role in bringing peace. Read more

You can do missions

Lansipe shares about her God used her supporter to help the local church and village Read more

Challenging the culture

OM worker, James shares about God has worked through his family and the community. Read more

Others need to know

While construction workers were repairing damaged church buildings they began to build relationships with inquisitive young children. Read more