|OM World News|
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Transform participants challenged to 'get dirty'
17-Jul-2012 - International
Three hundred participants from 35 nationalities are gathered this week to prepare for one-week to six-month outreaches happening across the Mediterranean.
Challenging the Church in world missions
16-Jul-2012 - Taiwan
OM Taiwan will host its first Mandarin missions conference in August in hopes that people will catch the vision and get involved.
Test of speed, testimony of faith
13-Jul-2012 - Bangladesh
The sports team in Bangladesh takes the excitement of the Olympics to school children by handing out books in Bangla containing testimonies of godly athletes.
Eighteen couples legally married last month
13-Jul-2012 - Philippines
What was meant as a joke became a real celebration when Ronie Rotaquio and his long-time partner tied the knot, alongside 17 other couples.
10-Jul-2012 - Montenegro
OM Montenegro holds a programme for local friends to learn and talk about God.
New church started at Sunrise Village
10-Jul-2012 - Philippines
Alliance Christian Center held its first official worship service in early June and celebrated the baptism of eight new believers two weeks later.
Does God send hailstones?
06-Jul-2012 - Moldova, Republic of
A group of teens seek shelter from the rain inside the Bus4Life and end up finding Jesus.
Strengthening the church through worship
05-Jul-2012 - Japan
Through contemporary worship, the OM team seeks to create an atmosphere of worship in which the younger generation in Japan can experience God.
Developing youth into future workers
04-Jul-2012 - Thailand
Only one per cent of Thailand’s 65 million people are Christian. OM develops young adults into future workers and leaders for local churches and overseas.
Birth of a Bible school
28-Jun-2012 - Caucasus
After recognising that no training was available for lay leaders, particularly those in house churches, workers planed the launch of a Bible school.
Pioneering ministry to international students
27-Jun-2012 - Singapore
Since February 2012, OM Singapore has looked at different ways to provide international students practical care and support.
Teaching spiritual and physical fitness
27-Jun-2012 - Ukraine
How Saron Mack of the US helps young Ukrainian women gain a healthier understanding and appreciation of the bodies God gave them.
Strengthening relationships through supper
26-Jun-2012 - Chile
In an effort to strengthen relationships with local churches, OM Chile recently held a dinner for local pastors that featured international flavours and testimonies.
Joy to a family in need
22-Jun-2012 - Guatemala
Workers deliver shoes to schools, bring food to the poor and help construct a kitchen for a family in the indigenous community of Chimaltenango.
21-Jun-2012 - Australia
Teams all over Australia connect with their Muslim neighbours and share God’s love.
A is for antelope, Z is for zebra
19-Jun-2012 - Albania
OMers teaching Roma street kids how to read and write reward them for their hard work with a day at the zoo.
A practical tribute to Dave and Joy Thomas
19-Jun-2012 - United States
The OM Ships’ Thomas Guesthouse in South Carolina, USA, was dedicated to Dave and Joy Thomas, faithful members of OM Ships for 40 years.
Understanding both worlds
13-Jun-2012 - Hong Kong
Fiona* never dreamt that God would one day restore her cultural identity by bringing her to OM Hong Kong to serve.
Gearing up for Out of the Comfort Zone 2012
12-Jun-2012 - Malaysia
Currently 100 people from 15 nations are expected at OM Malaysia’s annual missions conference at Golden Sands in Port Dickson, Malaysia, from 14-18 July 2012.
George Verwer receives award
12-Jun-2012 - United Kingdom
OM's George Verwer awarded Pro-Life Hero Award 2012 by John Smeaton, national director of the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children (SPUC).