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A Passion for Partnership:
Community projects with OMF
Siem Reap town is the gateway to Angkor, the renown ancient city and temple complex. It is rapidly becoming more urban as tourism swells. But the landscape quickly turns to countryside outside the city limits. Presently, the team is made up of health care, university student and church workers. Some teams are ministering in the […]
Lang Lang had dropped out of school and had come to the city to find work. Her friend, also a dropout from her home village, offered her an attractive opportunity; an easy job earning a good salary. It was too much for Lang Lang to pass up.
We want our ministry meetings to be occasions in which Taiwanese working class people can come and hear the gospel in a comfortable environment. Communicating to the working class needs to be the main priority. If they do not feel at ease in the environment provided, they won’t come, and inevitably won’t hear the message. […]
It was late September and the breath-taking scenery in boundless golden splendor spread across the Greater Hinggan Mountains in the far northeastern district of Hulunbuir in Inner Mongolia. As one approaches, a road sign reads: “This is the site of China’s record-lowest temperature—minus 52.6”XC.” Here, forests cover more than 90 percent of the land. The […]
Shortly after moving to Taiping, my family was looking for something fun to do on a weeknight. We found the answer by going to the local Wednesday night market. Before we knew it, eating, playing, and shopping at the night market became an almost weekly event. We began to get to know some of the […]
“But we’ve always done it that way.” Sometimes blind tradition gets in the way of common sense. It is the same complaint heard in many different contexts. I heard this in a more unusual context recently.
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Toul Sang Kei was one of the most dangerous villages in Phnom Penh. A few missionaries and Khmer believers got into the village to teach the children and often chased out by the villagers with knives and sticks. prostitutes would grab them by their arms on the streets so they have to cycle very fast, […]
For new arrivals to the Philippines, one comment often made is a surprise at the abundant use of the English language. Naturally, the airport gives this first impression with all the signs and announcements in English. Travelling about Metro Manila one sees most of the billboards and signage in English.
About The Batang Masaya (Happy Child) Ministry brings laughter and true joy to Filipino children by holding children’s clubs which include worship, games, teaching and scripture memory. The ministry is also using the Philippine nation’s most popular spectator sport, basketball, to draw crowds, including fathers and sons, and then to share the gospel in creative […]
Nampu-Fountain Ministry is a pregnancy resource and counseling center that opened in June 2013 in Khonkaen, Northeast Thailand. It is under OMF International and closely linked with LIFE International. Pregnant women and girls in difficult circumstances receive counseling, advice, prayer, and as needed, practical help. Counseling is also available to women with emotional struggles due to various […]
Sattha soccer is a ministry started by OMF cross-cultural workers. It all started about 11 years ago with the idea of using soccer (a sport that most Thai boys and men play daily) as way for missionaries and church leaders to partner together, reach out and strengthen their witness to their communities. It took a […]
Growing coffee in the mountains gives Karen people the opportunity to stay together as a family and to earn an income. At present there are about 100 farmers associated with Silaa Farms. Silaa Farms conducts training so farmers can learn to improve the quality of the coffee. The training material is developed by Silaa Farms […]
About In Eastern Cambodia, riders on motorcycles negotiate dirt tracks as they bring mobile libraries to the poorest of the poor. From various locations across this region, local partners deliver boxes of books, including Christian resources and Bibles for those who don’t have access. In addition to bringing the libraries, literacy workers help villagers who have […]