A nation of friendly people

and beautiful places.

Yet half of the 42,000


lack a thriving church.

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About OMF Philippines

In partnership with others, OMF has worked in the Philippines since 1952. By God’s grace, our efforts have borne much fruit. Still, thousands of communities lack a church and dozens of peoples are little reached.

Waray Guy with a Bible in the Philippines

Here in the Philippines

half of the 42,000 communities

lack a thriving church.

The Task Unfinished is a call for Christians worldwide to take the gospel to places where Christ is unknown. We believe every person on earth needs to hear the good news, whether from believers in their people group, from reading or hearing the Bible in their own language, or from churches in or near their community. Have a look what this means specifically for the Philippines.

In East Asia there are

667 MILLION people

without access to the gospel.

Missionary teaches the bible to locals in rural area

Reaching the nations in Japan

It is said that the number of foreign Christians in Japan is almost the same as the number of Japanese Christians, only a small number of those are missionaries. What’s God doing in Japan?

“Why do OMF have a Guest Home in Manila?”

“But”, I replied, “the center is so much more than just a guest home…”

Swimming Upstream

Synopsis: This article discusses the possibilities of Filipinos serving in Japan and considers how similar things can be done for workers from the majority world to address challenges of serving in more affluent places. It looks at the need to rethink language learning and to widen the discussion on tent-making and other ways of sending [...]

Mother Tongue Translation versus Lingua Franca: Some Thoughts on a Missiological Mainstay – A Response

In order to help readers better interact with the article "Mother Tongue Translation versus Lingua Franca: Some Thoughts on a Missiological Mainstay," we are including a conversation between a few experienced missionaries about some of the points made. We hope that other readers will continue this conversation with their friends or coworkers. Walter McConnell Grace [...]


OMF International Philippines Field Office

PO Box 1997-1159
QCCPO, 1100 Quezon City
Telephone: +63 2 931 0350
Cell/Mobile: +63 949 313 8478