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James Fraser was only 22 years old when he left his engineering career and went to China. From the very first time he saw the Lisu tribes people of Yunnan Province, he was filled with God’s love for them. He spent the rest of his life laboring to bring them the gospel. Breakthrough came only after his partners back home took up the challenge to pray. “I am not asking you just to give ‘help’ in prayer as a sort of sideline, but I am trying to roll the main responsibility of this prayer-warfare on you. I want you to take the burden of these people upon your shoulders. I want you to wrestle with God for them.” The Lisu now have a strong body of believers who are also sending out workers to other groups around them.
Fraser’s story is told in this 30-minute docu-drama.
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The 5-minute overview video highlights a unique series of six additional segments designed to help Christ-followers more effectively show his love for all people from home, community and around the world.
Today there are over 7 billion people on this planet. 2.8 billion of those people have little to no access to hear the good news. How can we take God’s kingdom hope to the nations?
Tsering of the Khamba
The spiritual plight of a Tibetan unreached people group shown through the struggle of a young Khamba Tibetan to come to terms with the suffering of his family. The traditional Buddhist responses offer no comfort but Tsering keeps searching. An Epoch film
Mongolia has experienced great changes and upheavals through the years, from the rise of the great Mongol Empire of the 13th Century to the fall of Communism in the early 90’s. Since OMF entered the country twenty years ago, we have witnessed great growth in the gospel and the Mongolian Church. However, OMF’s vision to reach Mongolians with the gospel extends beyond physical borders to the millions of Mongolians living in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region of China and other countries.
This mini-documentary tells the story of the 14-day, 5000km, off-road journey around Mongolia that the filming team undertook to produce the video series.
The objective was to visit some of the churches and ministry programs around the country and to experience first-hand the hardships that Mongolians face in everyday life but in the end, it became a story of God’s provision, protection and providence.
Learn – the first challenge of living in a new culture. Learn the joys and challenges that a new cross-cultural worker faces.
9 is an auspicious number in Thailand.
Join with us as we pray these nine blessings for Thailand.