OMF is serving the church, sharing the gospel. OMF partners with 2,500+ workers from over 40 nations to serve more than 100 East Asian people groups.
From Hudson Taylor and the CIM to our current ministry as OMF, see how God has been at work globally to bring East Asia’s people into his kingdom.
We support the growth of the East Asian church, serve its communities and take the good news of Jesus to people that have not heard it.
Connect with our rep in your local area. They can equip and enable you to explore how you can be involved in God's work in the world.
East Asian people are as diverse as the region's landscape. Each country is unique while possessing resilience and beauty. Learn more about East Asia now.
We'll journey in mission with you as you discover some of the ways you can be part of God's global mission to reach all nations with the gospel.
Just five minutes of prayer a day can make a difference. And with the right resources, you can start praying for East Asia straight away.
Whether you want to go in East Asia for two weeks or twenty years, we can connect you to the right opportunities, training and support.
Serve Asia is OMF’s short-term missions programme for those who want to serve East Asia’s peoples for up to 12 months.
Living in the UK & Ireland but want to get involved in what God is doing in East Asia? Our volunteer network is for you.
Your prayers, financial support and friendship can provide essential help needed for OMF workers to flourish in cross-cultural work.
Our internships in our UK office enable young adults to gain work experience within a mission agency context.
If you want to hear OMF workers speak about their work in person, talk to OMF members about how you could get involved, or simply want to get together with othe
Explore OMF’s library of mission resources designed to inform and inspire those seeking to learn about God’s call to missions.
News & Stories /
June 22, 2022
Our Missionary Journey
Asholi Akamu tells how he and his wife Puii came to serve the Akha people in Thailand and outlines some issues they, as Asian members of what is basically a Western mission agency, faced—learning new languages and cultures, raising support, raising...
This article is based on “Factors Affecting Attrition and Retention in Japan,” Janet Dallman’s thesis for the MA in Member Care from Redcliffe College and her book Staying Well. She researched not only why missionaries left Japan—attrition—but what...
News & Stories /
June 14, 2022
St Mark’s 'BattersAir': a creative kids’ church series on mission
Amy Wileman, former Children and Families Pastor at St Mark’s Battersea Rise in London, shares how a fun airline-themed series helped the children in their church get to know their mission partners during the pandemic.