“This happened so that the work of God might be displayed in his life!” (John 9:3b) It is with great joy that we report: God is at work in Cambodia! He is displaying his glory in order that many in this land would come to worship Jesus the King. Pu Samun had already seen his […]
As part of an international body of more than 1400 members from 30 nations reaching 70 people groups in East Asia, OMF Singapore is committed to mobilise Singaporeans for the urgent evangelisation of East Asia’s millions.
Take STEPS Missions Weekend October 2014
10 Oct 2014 – 12 Oct 2014
How long does it take to become a missionary? How can I prepare myself and seek confirmation? How can I know if I will survive on the field? If these are some of the questions you are asking, let us journey through these questions with you step-by-step.
For five and a half months I lived in a medium-sized squatter community on the edge of a 7-lane Highway in Quezon City, Philippines. It was called Manggahan. I learned to call it home, and much more besides… 1. Always survey the area before stepping into a room. This means that you are less likely […]
When Jesus calls you, and you get up, leave everything behind and follow him, your life gets changed. It is happening to Bai Chaa (Tea Leaf) and I marvel at the impact her meeting with Jesus is having. Tea Leaf lives in a very simple house at the edge of her village, together with her […]
I come from a background in electronic engineering, and I worked for the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment on the storm surge barrier in the eastern Schelde. After I had been there for a few years, Maaike and I felt called into ministry by the Lord through a sermon on the life of […]
Although I was raised in a Christian home by mission-minded parents, I had no intention of becoming a missionary. The thought of learning a language like Chinese or Japanese scared me. As I grew up, I learned about past mistakes of culturally insensitive missionaries, and I met a few missionaries who didn’t seem to like […]
It is 7:50 a.m. Another day of Chinese class awaits. Tom gathers his books and heads out the door. Downstairs, he waves at the door lady. ‘Zao (good morning),’ she says with a smile. In case he had forgotten, this is the day’s first reminder that he is in China. On the short walk to […]
It was difficult to see exactly how many people had crowded into the tiny wooden room. There were children sitting on the floor and others suspended from the walls as they perched on the flimsy wooden structure surrounding the crowd. There were old people spitting tobacco, clicking their tongues and uttering noises of affirmation as […]