We are a group of about 60 people from more than a dozen nations. We seek to share the gospel with individuals, care for the hurting and establish growing churches among Taiwan’s unreached majority—the working class. We are here because most people in Taiwan have no idea of the hope that Jesus Christ offers to them. This is especially true of the working class—the vast majority of whom are in bondage to idolatry and superstition and the destruction these bring.
October 2014 “We need a youth leader for our church plant. We don’t have anyone available, and we wanted to know if David would be interested.” asked Isabelle Wen, the pastor’s wife. I was very interested indeed! Working with a brand new group of mostly non-Christian youth is exciting. My OMF team leader approved […]
September 2014 Amy Lin is a 56 year old married woman. Both of her legs are paralyzed because of polio, so she needs to use wheelchair to move around. She tries really hard to be independent, and tries not to care about other people’s opinions. However, she is still hurt by various rude questions […]
August 2014 After our family came back from our 10 month home assignment last October, we were eager to get back into ministry. Even though we were able to reconnect with our old local friends from last term, we really wanted an outlet to meet new people. Baking has always been something that we […]
July 2014 Being a full time mother is not an easy job, especially in Taiwan where couples often live with their in-laws. Young mothers not only need to care for their children, husband, and elderly in-laws but also need to fulfil the role of a good “xifu” (daughter-in-law), which includes worshipping the ancestors. Women […]
June 2014 We prayed to God to provide a friend. Then I met Ah Hui and we became good friends. She was my team leader’s contact from the market. Ah Hui has heard and read a lot of Bible stories. Yet she has refused to become a Christian. Recently, she has been coming to […]