Christmas time is one of the main events in the Christian calendar, a time where people come together to celebrate the coming of God’s only son, Jesus. It is a time for giving gifts and remembering God’s ultimate gift for us. It is a time where many draw near to the faith and a plenteous […]
What do we do?
We serve the church and seek to bring the gospel to all the peoples of East Asia. Our work is as diverse as the places and people we work in and amongst. From church planting to missional business, student work to medical practice, we aim to present the gospel, in a culturally relevant way, through word and deed.
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Latest Stories From Asia
On 4 August 1914, Europe descended into the deadliest war in history. More than 9 million people lost their lives. Families throughout Europe were devastated; homes were destroyed, businesses were lost and children displaced from their parents. Amongst the pain and loss, what was God doing? 100 years on, can we look back and see […]
On December 15 we shall be going live on our brand new supporter relations management system. As a result of this, there will be a backlog of donations to process covering the period 1 – 14 December, and as it is a new system, it is likely that processing them will be slower at first compared the old […]
My name is Kathy, and I have loved Japan ever since I lived there at the ages of 10-12. Now I am 22 and have been back twice since then. The last time was for a month with OMF’s Serve Asia programme. One of the things I learned whilst in Japan was to always have […]
Hello and welcome to the brand new OMF UK website. This new site is part of an organisation wide web re-development and re-design.
As the typical tropical rain clouds where gathering for their usual afternoon downpour we sat on our verandah feeling the rapidly rising humidity. Moy and I were finishing off the last Bible study in his preparation for the long awaited baptism of the first spirit priest in his tribe
‘The view from the mountain is beautiful, but the climb is difficult,’ Xu Wei reflected as he laboured up the mountainside to his home village. The combined effects of old age and a childhood case of polio that left him lame in one leg made the journey especially arduous.
More than 130,000 So people live in Laos. Their Buddhist beliefs are mixed with traditional animism. Remote from believers and far away spiritually, the barriers to one man fi nding faith might seem too great.
From 1975-1979, an estimated 2 million people were killed in Cambodia under Pol Pot’s Khmer Rouge regime. The scars from that time remain in the country today. One of our team’s current priorities is to disciple members of the small worship group that meets in the nearby village of Snuol Leitch. At times, it feels […]
Children of OMF workers face huge challenges as they grow up in multi-cultural environments while their parents share the gospel. Third Culture Kids (TCK’s) are valued members of the mission family and need our prayers too.