Heart for Asia. Hope for Billions.

What do we do?

We serve the church and seek to bring the gospel to all the peoples of East Asia. Our work is as diverse as the places and people we work in and amongst. From church planting to missional business, student work to medical practice, we aim to present the gospel, in a culturally relevant way, through word and deed.

Join us in praying for OMF’s work, going to Asia, supporting OMF workers or presenting OMF’s work.

Online Events

NextGen Ireland: Across the Street and Across the World

If we are creative and know where to look there is more opportunity to share the love and hope found in Jesus with the nations around us than ever before.

Join us, alongside other young adults, for a time of seeking God and his will in our lives and his world. We will be doing this through worship, prayer, discussion, the Word and sharing stories.

NextGen East: Identity and Children of God

Come and join us for a morning of learning from those working in education and support roles across Asia who help foster the growth of a relationship with Jesus in the young people. Find out about their journey, the impact they have had on TCKs and explore options on how you can serve. There will be quizzes, a time of biblical reflection and plenty of time for discussion and prayers.

A Taste of Mongolia

Join us on Zoom as we get a taste of Mongolia. This is an opportunity to cook along with workers exploring ministry in Mongolia, hear about the country and pray for God’s work in this place.

Stories | Interviews | Discussions

Latest Episode

Ep. 34 | Unexpected: Sam Bennett – From tea to tuk tuk: how we got to Thailand and back again

In the Unexpected Series, we’re chatting to people whose plans for serving Jesus didn’t quite turn out as they expected. In episode three, we chat to Sam about his time in Thailand with his wife and two young children. Sam works with an assistance dog charity and speaks British Sign Language (BSL). It turns out these skills and experience made him the perfect fit to support their friends in what they were preparing to do in Thailand. The Bennett’s story is full of twists, turns, and the unexpected from beginning to end.

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