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Waves of Hope flood Loja on FM radio once more

After five years of silence, Waves of Hope radio is now back on 94.1 FM radio in Ecuador’s Loja province!

Long awaited fruit: the Kafa Bible

The Kafa Bible was dedicated in Bonga, Ethiopia, earlier this year! Read about this labour of love spanning more than 40 years and including a throng of persevering translators.

When God intervenes

SIM missionary Nikali first thought “What will happen to the ministry?” when the pandemic hit the Philippines. But God enabled it to move forward in ways that exceeded understanding.

“Nothing I would rather do”

For Geoffrey, serving in cross-cultural mission is not limited to geography. He feels the burden to preach the good news, which is why he'll be leaving Kenya to minister in the UK.

Oussie heals at SIM’s Alafia Clinic

Oussie* was ill and suffering from malnutrition when she began coming to Alafia clinic at age three. Now, at thirteen, she is a different person with a sense of belonging and care.

Mission dentist honoured in UK

Simon Stretton-Downes, serving long term in Liberia, has been honoured in the UK for dentistry services in Liberia.

Linking arms in Thailand

Chiang Mai and Ayutthaya occupy opposite ends of Thailand, but they are strung together by a common thread: SIM's Hope for Life Thailand. Now the Faithful Witness initiative is being introduced to the region and joining in their transforming work.

Seeing God’s glory in business

Kibir. It’s the Amharic word for glory. An SIM ministry by the same name is aiming to see the Ethiopian marketplace redeemed. They want to see businesses reflecting God’s kibir.

Volunteers develop online system to feed thousands

A newly developed website helped a SIM team feed hungry families in their city each week in a deadly COVID-19 hotspot: Peru.

Introverts wanted: There’s a place for you in church planting

Are you an introvert considering missions? We've got good news: you're not alone and you don’t have to be up front to serve Jesus in a church plant.

English conversation club connects with non-believers

Participants of El Sendero’s English conversation club REFF (Reflection, English, Friends and Fun), have found that, although it has been a different year, it has still been a beautiful one, as they use language to connect with non-believers.

Nepal on the brink

The virus' rapid spread has raised fears that Nepal is on the brink of a crisis just as devastating as India's – made especially concerning with Nepal's fewer doctors per capita than India, and a lower vaccination rate than its neighbour.

A voice carried on the wind

Social media does not come naturally to Ato Tenkir. But radio ministry does. After 24 years in Ethiopian radio, he wants to add this new method to his media ministry toolkit and reach the new generation.

Physiotherapist Kara prepares for lift-off

Although COVID-19 was a major roadblock to her plans, new mission worker and physiotherapist Kara never stopped trusting in God’s perfect timing.

When it doesn’t add up: Help needed at the clinic in South Sudan

The SIM Doro clinic is in desperate need of doctors and nurses as staff try to deal with a huge rise in patients, many of them refugees living in makeshift camps nearby.

Story Archives

Waves of Hope flood Loja on FM radio once more

After five years of silence, Waves of Hope radio is now back on 94.1 FM radio in Ecuador’s Loja province!

Long awaited fruit: the Kafa Bible

The Kafa Bible was dedicated in Bonga, Ethiopia, earlier this year! Read about this labour of love spanning more than 40 years and including a throng of persevering translators.

When God intervenes

SIM missionary Nikali first thought “What will happen to the ministry?” when the pandemic hit the Philippines. But God enabled it to move forward in ways that exceeded understanding.

“Nothing I would rather do”

For Geoffrey, serving in cross-cultural mission is not limited to geography. He feels the burden to preach the good news, which is why he'll be leaving Kenya to minister in the UK.

Oussie heals at SIM’s Alafia Clinic

Oussie* was ill and suffering from malnutrition when she began coming to Alafia clinic at age three. Now, at thirteen, she is a different person with a sense of belonging and care.

Mission dentist honoured in UK

Simon Stretton-Downes, serving long term in Liberia, has been honoured in the UK for dentistry services in Liberia.

Linking arms in Thailand

Chiang Mai and Ayutthaya occupy opposite ends of Thailand, but they are strung together by a common thread: SIM's Hope for Life Thailand. Now the Faithful Witness initiative is being introduced to the region and joining in their transforming work.

Seeing God’s glory in business

Kibir. It’s the Amharic word for glory. An SIM ministry by the same name is aiming to see the Ethiopian marketplace redeemed. They want to see businesses reflecting God’s kibir.

Volunteers develop online system to feed thousands

A newly developed website helped a SIM team feed hungry families in their city each week in a deadly COVID-19 hotspot: Peru.

Introverts wanted: There’s a place for you in church planting

Are you an introvert considering missions? We've got good news: you're not alone and you don’t have to be up front to serve Jesus in a church plant.

English conversation club connects with non-believers

Participants of El Sendero’s English conversation club REFF (Reflection, English, Friends and Fun), have found that, although it has been a different year, it has still been a beautiful one, as they use language to connect with non-believers.

Nepal on the brink

The virus' rapid spread has raised fears that Nepal is on the brink of a crisis just as devastating as India's – made especially concerning with Nepal's fewer doctors per capita than India, and a lower vaccination rate than its neighbour.

A voice carried on the wind

Social media does not come naturally to Ato Tenkir. But radio ministry does. After 24 years in Ethiopian radio, he wants to add this new method to his media ministry toolkit and reach the new generation.

Physiotherapist Kara prepares for lift-off

Although COVID-19 was a major roadblock to her plans, new mission worker and physiotherapist Kara never stopped trusting in God’s perfect timing.

When it doesn’t add up: Help needed at the clinic in South Sudan

The SIM Doro clinic is in desperate need of doctors and nurses as staff try to deal with a huge rise in patients, many of them refugees living in makeshift camps nearby.