Washing Their Feet- Caring for missionaries and their families

By Paul. Paintbrushes, art paper, ribbons and a parcel tag- these are just some materials we use to craft our notes to the missionaries that come packed along with a brand new pair of masks designed with pictorial icons of OMF  by some of our staff, snacks and a book or two. Sending care packages […]

Serving In A Pandemic

By H, a missionary serving in East Asia When COVID-19 struck in January last year, I was home for Chinese New Year and my mum’s 103rd birthday celebration. Initially, I was not too concerned as the numbers of infection were few. Besides, I had successfully applied for a visa to return to the field. We […]

Unwavering Missions, Advancing Forward

By Samuel Lim In an age of disruption where livelihoods are put into disarray, masses are still adapting to a new way forward. This unprecedented reality has seeped into all spheres of society, not least shaped the life of the Church and global missions. One of the biggest questions in considering the future of missions […]

Creation Care Series (part one: Creation Glorifies God)

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Millions (May-Aug 2021)

East Asia’s Millions (May-Aug 2021) The online version has been altered for editorial purposes. Check out our other publication on Creation Care here.

Go Asia (May-Aug 2021): Unwavering Mission

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Millions (Jan-Apr 2021)

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Go Asia (Jan-Apr 2021): Integral Missions

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Millions (Sep-Dec 2020)

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Go Asia (Sep-Dec 2020): For such a time as this

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Loving the Way Jesus Loved

My first trip to Cambodia was in 2005. Before that trip, I knew only two things about the country — Angkor Wat and the Khmer Rogue. However, I was intrigued enough to read history in university. As I learnt of the country’s past and made frequent short trips to Cambodia, I grew to love the […]

WILL YOU S T R E T C H YOUR LIFE?

By Dr. Luke Tan, Steph and Christel How Stretch Out Started During my (Dr. Luke) years as a medical student in the mid-80s, the late Dr. Bobby Sng, then the Fellowship of Evangelical Students’ (FES) General Director, spent much of his time working with Graduates’ Christian Fellowship (GCF) amongst tertiary students and young adults. It […]

Reaching & Empowering the Next Generation of missionaries

By Serene. From the editor: This written article is based on the writer’s perspective and view point on the next generation. I wrote this article in the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic that has turned the world topsy-turvy. I noticed that out of this chaos, many ingenious ideas and innovative ways to manage this situation […]

Growing Healthy Churches in Myanmar

by Lightyear. The article first originated from East Asia’s Millions (July-August 2020). ‘What can we pray for you’? The three visitors from a North American mission agency waited as a dozen local church leaders discussed among themselves how they should answer the question. Finally, one spoke: ‘pray for us to be more missional. There are […]

BEING CHURCH IN THE CITY

by Sam Lim. Ton, a Northern Thai young adult is a leading food reviewer and part-time musician in Chiang Rai, North Thailand. Ton grew up with a difficult childhood. At a challenging time as a teenager, he found Christ, because his mum told him to attend weekend English classes at a nearby church for free […]

Millions (May-Aug 2020)

Millions (May-Aug 2020) The online version has been altered for editorial purposes.