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How SIM is responding to COVID-19

Bottomline Books supports missions and discipleship

When the pandemic closed down Kenya, 40 per cent of financial support trickled away for mission workers Tony and Julia. Needing a fast solution, they revived an abandoned book-selling idea from years earlier.

Maria grows with First Fruits

SIM Ecuador’s First Fruits Family Garden project is helping economically needy families, especially hit by the COVID pandemic, by teaching them to grow vegetables while sharing agricultural Bible stories.

‘Why did you leave New Zealand?’

When their neighbours ask, “Why did you leave New Zealand to work in our land?” Ben and Aislinn* reply with the truth: “Because we care about this country and love its people.”

Relief distribution leads to church plant

A church plant has grown from SIM South Africa’s distribution of food parcels, Christian literature and sanitary supplies to widows, abused women and orphans during the COVID-19 lockdown.

COVID-19: SIM Kenya helping the church

The SIM Kenya team has led a multi-pronged response to COVID-19, a once-in-a-generation issue. They reach out through virtual trainings to not only churches, but also radio and television, health associations, the inter-religious council, and many other avenues.

Online courses mobilise mission workers in Latin America

A month before COVID-19 hit, leaders of the “Let’s Mobilize His Church” project had already planned and recorded their first online mobilisation course in Spanish. Production sped up, as interest grew during the pandemic. Read about their progress and ministry.

God in the tree

When Moses was chasing a wayward sheep, the burning bush bathed in light caught his eye and he met God. Read Dennis' own encounter with the light of the world.

Staying to serve youth

While the coronavirus crisis forced many mission workers to return to their home countries, Sarah Dorman, decided to stay in Ethiopia, the country she loves.

God’s Word united my family

After losing her job during the pandemic, Tanya connected with an SIM-partnered church plant in Loja, Ecuador, and saw her family become united in Bible study. Read her testimony.

Partners in media ministry

A couple serving in Kenya helped refugee churches produce more than 100 sermons in five different languages.

Sprucing up Zoom youth group

Engaging young people in a church setting is difficult during the pandemic, but youth leaders in Latin America have begun to share ideas to make Bible study and fellowship captivating again.

Heaven through her computer screen

Read how God surprised leadership coach Mariah* during the pandemic, allowing her to connect with and train people from all over the world.

From affected to involved to infected

Julieta Murillo, director of SIM Latin America, contracted COVID-19, suffered, and recovered with the Lord's help. Read her account.

Room to grow

Construction has restarted on building a new training centre that will help SIM workers in a South Asian country reach more people with the gospel.

Asule’s many homes

Gifted discipler Asule left north east India 12 years ago to share the gospel in Africa. Now, three places hold great importance to her. Read on to find out more about her journey.

How SIM is responding to COVID-19

Bottomline Books supports missions and discipleship

When the pandemic closed down Kenya, 40 per cent of financial support trickled away for mission workers Tony and Julia. Needing a fast solution, they revived an abandoned book-selling idea from years earlier.

Maria grows with First Fruits

SIM Ecuador’s First Fruits Family Garden project is helping economically needy families, especially hit by the COVID pandemic, by teaching them to grow vegetables while sharing agricultural Bible stories.

‘Why did you leave New Zealand?’

When their neighbours ask, “Why did you leave New Zealand to work in our land?” Ben and Aislinn* reply with the truth: “Because we care about this country and love its people.”

Relief distribution leads to church plant

A church plant has grown from SIM South Africa’s distribution of food parcels, Christian literature and sanitary supplies to widows, abused women and orphans during the COVID-19 lockdown.

COVID-19: SIM Kenya helping the church

The SIM Kenya team has led a multi-pronged response to COVID-19, a once-in-a-generation issue. They reach out through virtual trainings to not only churches, but also radio and television, health associations, the inter-religious council, and many other avenues.

Online courses mobilise mission workers in Latin America

A month before COVID-19 hit, leaders of the “Let’s Mobilize His Church” project had already planned and recorded their first online mobilisation course in Spanish. Production sped up, as interest grew during the pandemic. Read about their progress and ministry.

God in the tree

When Moses was chasing a wayward sheep, the burning bush bathed in light caught his eye and he met God. Read Dennis' own encounter with the light of the world.

Staying to serve youth

While the coronavirus crisis forced many mission workers to return to their home countries, Sarah Dorman, decided to stay in Ethiopia, the country she loves.

God’s Word united my family

After losing her job during the pandemic, Tanya connected with an SIM-partnered church plant in Loja, Ecuador, and saw her family become united in Bible study. Read her testimony.

Partners in media ministry

A couple serving in Kenya helped refugee churches produce more than 100 sermons in five different languages.

Sprucing up Zoom youth group

Engaging young people in a church setting is difficult during the pandemic, but youth leaders in Latin America have begun to share ideas to make Bible study and fellowship captivating again.

Heaven through her computer screen

Read how God surprised leadership coach Mariah* during the pandemic, allowing her to connect with and train people from all over the world.

From affected to involved to infected

Julieta Murillo, director of SIM Latin America, contracted COVID-19, suffered, and recovered with the Lord's help. Read her account.

Room to grow

Construction has restarted on building a new training centre that will help SIM workers in a South Asian country reach more people with the gospel.

Asule’s many homes

Gifted discipler Asule left north east India 12 years ago to share the gospel in Africa. Now, three places hold great importance to her. Read on to find out more about her journey.

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