Many workers in OMF join or start creative projects in East Asia. These projects can provide a back drop against which the gospel can be lived out and shared. Often they are a direct response to genuine, physical needs, such as Educational and Humanitarian projects, while others help to equip indigenous churches or missionaries, like Christian literature projects and discipleship training. 

Projects can play an essential role for OMF workers who hope to share the gospel in all its fullness with the people in their area. Each project needs prayer and finances, just like each our workers do. Take a look at some of the projects below to learn more about them and how you can be involved.

Counselling & Mental Health Initiatives

Cambodia’s recent traumatic history has made the need for counselling services complex and critical, but as yet there are few people who are able to provide these services in the Khmer language, or at a price that the average Cambodian can afford. This project provides for and supports the development of counselling services in Cambodia [...]

Hiragishi Izumi Christ Church Building fund (Japan)

Project Summary: Izumi Church was planted in 2009 in an area of 30,000 people in the city of Sapporo. The church is slowly growing and we are seeing increasing numbers of non-Christians coming along to events and hearing the gospel. Over the next few years we expect, God willing, to need to move out of [...]

Japanese Church Apprentice Fund

Target Annual Budget: £20,000 (currently application for funding exceeds available funding) 'And the things you have heard me say in the presence of many witnesses entrust to reliable people who will also be qualified to teach others.' 2 Timothy 2:2 In line with the OMF International vision to see Indigenous Biblical Church Movements, the Japan Church [...]


As of 2016 in the Philippines 25.2% of the population still live below the national poverty line income figure, of 1.9 U.S. dollars per day. There is a daily, ongoing stream of migrating poor people from the provinces to the urban centres of population, especially to Manila, in search of a better life. Sadly, however, most [...]

Transforming Coastal Communities

Required Budget: $10,000 annually Many SE Asian coastal communities are dependent on declining fish stocks from degraded habitats; isolated from markets, education and innovation; trapped in poverty; vulnerable to the effects of natural disasters; and have never met a follower of Jesus. This has to change. This project aims to place national believers in unreached [...]

Ministry of Sendai Evangelical Church to Tsunami Victims

Required Budget: £70 000 Since the March 2011 tsunami God has opened a door for the gospel in Sendai, north east Japan. Many thousands are housed in temporary housing sites and the church has exercised a wide and powerful ministry to tsunami evacuees. Typically the church will put on a Community Café, Mini-concert, Barbecue, Picnic, [...]

Sendai Evangelical Christian Church Building Fund

Required Budget: £70 000 Sendai Evangelical Christian Church, a member of the Japanese Evangelical Christian Association with its own functioning church and believers meeting is a lively and growing evangelical congregation in Sendai. They have been renting a property for nearly 40 years and their present place is now too small! They have saved almost [...]

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