Foreign –> Familiar

By Gemma Creasy   The New Arrival As I walk down the streets with crowds of people all around me speaking words unfamiliar to my ears, it all blurs together into background noise. Between those [...]

皮卡丘在新加坡的日子

by Sylvia Yuan and Timothy Chen 聽到媽媽說,我可以請假跟她到新加坡好幾周,真的很興奮呢!「海外基督使 團」(OMF)這個名稱我已聽過很多次,早前陪媽媽去上候選宣教士課程時,我就已和鈴木家的三個小朋友交上了朋友,他們的爸爸是日本人、媽媽是中國人。這次因為兩家人都去新加坡參加使團的「迎新課程」,我可以和鈴木家的孩子們在那邊待上一個月!每天見面一起玩,耶! [...]

Reaching the Unreached

By Ailsa Barker Wirawan. A testimony of ministry to an unreached people on the east coast of SE Asia, pioneered by a local church and now part of a national missionary organization. It was a [...]

Adopted

By Jill.   Owned, loved, cherished, affirmed, cared for…these are all words that come to mind as I think of our last month of Home Assignment (HA) in New Zealand. I’m waiting for the plane [...]

Prayer changes the world

By Shireen Chua Do you believe in Prayer?  It is a question if any one of us were asked would have only one response – YES.  But if we are honest, our mustard seed sized faith may sometimes [...]

Tilling the Soil

By Alison North We live in suburban Tokyo. Ten minutes’ walk from the station the buildings are mainly stand-alone houses, packed closely, some with small gardens, but with little space for the [...]

God is our healer

A SHORT TERM MEDICAL MISSION TRIP TO MYANMAR AND CAMBODIA By Theresa Mittermeier   Psalm 147v3 He heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds. My first day in Myanmar and I find myself [...]

Intimacy with Christ

By Dave Palmer   “If you think you have come to the mission field because you are a little better than others, or as the cream of your church, or because of your training, or for the service [...]

Called to No Ordinary Life

When you read about candidates who apply to serve with OMF, what you may not know is how they got there.  Over the decades, each has a story to tell.  As God calls each one, the journey of [...]

Pioneering with Pizza

By Faye Imagine an area the size of New Zealand with 47 million people living in it, many of whom live in villages separated by mountains and isolated through language.  Imagine those people [...]

A holiday with a purpose

By Sarah and Edmonds Namburi The excitement started to build as the days drew closer to our holiday in Thailand and Vietnam in early January 2017. We had all our plans in place of places to see, [...]

Wounded in Service

Suffering entered the world in the Garden of Eden, when Adam and Eve disobeyed God. In many different forms since then, we have lived with suffering; emotional, physical, and spiritual. We have [...]

The Prayer of Faith

by J. O. Fraser The first missionary to the Lisu people of the Upper Salween was going through a deep testing. It was not the privation, nor the loneliness of this isolated outpost, nor the [...]

Saturation Praying

by Dr. Will Bruce I. Saturation Praying Saturation praying is praying in which we share, then unite our hearts with other believers, and zero in on the target with specific and full coverage of [...]

Praying for One Another

by Dr. Will Bruce Every Christian in our modern world is under constant satanic pressure and attack. We must bear one another’s burdens as we see these pressures escalating. We can and must do it [...]

Praying for Buddhists

by Alex Smith Praise the Lord of the Church that “a people for his name” will be established among every unreached Buddhist nation, tribe, people and tongue. (Revelation 7:9-10) Bind the forces [...]

Pastors Need Prayer Too

By Will Bruce A delegation of American pastors visiting Charles Spurgeon asked him the secret of his success. In response, Spurgeon led them to the lower level of his church and quietly opened [...]

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