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Reaching the Next Generation through Dance

Many Japanese youth are drawn to the creative arts, but few have had contact with a church. OMF's dance ministry is bridging that gap and opening the door for meaningful relationships.

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2018 July Prayer Powerlines

Rejoice always, pray continually. –1 Thessalonians 5:16-17 THE LIVING WORD. Thank God for eyes that see and ears that hear his voice, finding Jesus at work in every circumstance. Pray that we [...]

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From No Believers to a Thriving Church among the Pwo Karen

Church movements in new areas take time to grow. Or, more accurately, they develop in God’s timing. Louise and Jim Morris can testify to that.

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The Cost (and Joy) of Following God into Missions

For Katie, choosing to follow God into missions meant giving up the life she wanted for herself - but also discovering the joy of obedience.

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The Lisu People

The Lisu people of China, once animists who worshiped many gods, heard the gospel for the first time in the early 20th century. Through the working of God’s Spirit, the Lisu are now considered a [...]

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Defining Traits of Hudson Taylor’s Ministry

Hudson Taylor was a pioneering visionary in the missions world. Here are 3 traits that defined his ministry and continue influencing OMF today.

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Interview: Ian and Anne-Marie Explain Their Call to the Philippines

Ian and Anne-Marie met at university and got married shortly before attending All Nations Christian College and then applying to join OMF. They went out to the Philippines initially, arriving [...]

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A Missionary Kid’s Decision to Become a Long-term Worker

Evie was raised in a Christian family and remembers being fascinated by missionary stories: “my favorite missionary story was Gladys Aylward’s. I remember watching the movie, The Inn of the Sixth [...]

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5 Key Steps to Raising up Missions Partners

One of the key parts of the journey to long-term missions is raising a support team of people who provide prayer and financial support. This can take time, but is vitally important.

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Getting Real about Culture Shock

After months, sometimes years, of raising support and preparing for the mission field, it can be hard for a first-time missionary to admit that the arrival overseas isn't as glamorous as friends [...]