Visit your local OMF site


East Asia


compassion » evangelism » church planting

God’s love for the working class

Taiwan is a colorful, vibrant and open society. But underneath the modern facade there is a dark side of superstition, fear, idolatry and spiritual oppression.  OMF works to bring the hope of the Gospel to these deeply religious people and has a wide variety of ministries serving among Taiwan’s unreached working class and urban poor.

Mini Profile



Population: 23 million

Chinese: 96.2%, Aboriginal: 1.7%, Other 2.1%

Religions: Chinese Religions 60.7% , Buddhist 28.8%,

Christian 5.8% (Evangelicals: 2.8%), Non Religious 2.3%, Other 2.4%

Taiwan is a small but strategic island near the southeastern coast of China. Its people are mostly ethnic Chinese whose ancestors migrated at various times over the last 300 years.

Read the full profile

Urgent Needs

There is an immediate need for a Medical Adviser to provide medical counsel and care for missionaries serving in Taiwan. Read about the challenges and joys of a Medical Adviser in this testimony: The ministry of a Medical Adviser.pdf

Read about other urgent current ministry opportunities .

Taiwan Videos

Related content

  • A New Man

    Several years ago, Tongsin lost his three-year-old daughter. We might call it disease but the So people in Laos call...

  • A House Divided

    Hoa is an energetic Christian businesswoman in Ho Chi Minh City, married with two young children. For all her liveliness,...

  • AIDS Care – Thailand

    Adults are not the only victims of AIDS, children are as well. Even healthy children of parents with AIDS indirectly become the final victim.

  • The Boy and the Spirit Child

    ‘Afraid of what?!’ I looked puzzled into the dark eyes of one of our 12 year old Sunday school boys. He comes to Sunday school together with his younger brother and sister every week.