Less than 1% of Taiwan’s 15 million working class people know Jesus.

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Temple worship in Donggang, Taiwan

Taiwan’s two-thirds majority

Most working-class and marginalised people do not easily fit into existing churches. This is due to differences in background, mindset and education.

Some believers seek to reach these groups, but few resources are devoted to them.

The owners of a coffee shop that OMF has close contact with in Donggang, Taiwan.

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Diary: Visiting a temple

Our four short term workers (Serve Asia Workers - SAW) have worked with us for almost two weeks. As part of cultural learning, we are bringing them to a temple visit. 2:30pm Our SAW team arrives to the Temple of the Jaded World. Six groups of people are already here in the open front court, [...]

How schools respond to emotional and social difficulties

We wish we learned earlier the importance of having a working relationship with a school's counselling department, and being able to gain wisdom from them. Role of school counselor Since coming to Puxin, we wanted to reach families. Most of the parents and the communities (and even churches) are often primarily concerned for their children's [...]

“Pigsy”, lust and the sex industry in Taiwan

One of the most surprising things I’ve seen in a tea shop (a place where men drink tea or alcohol with hostesses) is this god statue. Zhu Bajie (猪八戒) is a major character in the novel Journey to the West. Zhu means "swine". In many English versions of the story, Zhu Bajie is called "Pigsy" or "Pig". [...]

We work in teams and partner with Taiwanese Christians to pioneer outreach in needy communities.

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Church planting begins with building relationships often through different activities and hobbies.

What activities are you involved in which could be used to build relationships?

Why Taiwan?

How is Taiwan different to Hong Kong, Singapore or other Asian countries?

“When a non-Christian Taiwanese becomes interested in Christianity, it’s not easy at all for him or her to find a Bible teaching church. … It’s very easy to go to a local house temple.”


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23561, 3F, No. 262, Fuxing Road
Zhonghe District, New Taipei City, 235

Phone: +886 (0)2 2240 1865