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Latinos reaching Latinos: God at work in rural Ecuador

Martha was always full of questions. From the first time she attended the Bible study, her desire to know more was evident.

Kung fu Kwan

Kung fu master, Kwan, is living proof that almost any skill can be used in cross-cultural mission.

Kingdom opportunity follows house call

Samuel, a family physician from Australia, and his family moved to Paraguay two years ago to be involved in rural evangelism and church planting where there aren’t any churches.

Jonny speaks up for Jesus in Bolivia

Our founding fathers' goal was to share the gospel in places it had never been heard; now many missionaries want to help believers build a lifelong relationship with Jesus.

Jairo asks God to use him

Jairo, like many young Jesus followers, encountered struggles. Find out how he persevered and offered his life in service to Christ.

In the shadow of the Virgin Marys village, God builds new friendships

Building relationships in a religious community of Loja Province of Ecuador can be challenging, but God connects His workers with those He is seeking out!

Hurry up and wait: Clinging to calling during COVID-19

Juanita was set to fly to Thailand and join the Faithful Witness team – but a looming obstacle, the coronavirus, barred her way.

How the church should address prejudice

SIM International Director Dr Joshua Bogunjoko addressed the reality of racism as abuse in an interview with long-time friend and Prairie College President Mark Maxwell. Watch their conversation now.

How one young refugee encountered Christ

My father’s urgent nudging woke me from a deep sleep: “Get up! Get up! We’ve got to go,” he said and, with that, we set off in our truck in the blackest night.

Hilarys plan for pupils

Hilary, serving as a teacher in Namibia, is adjusting to an online classroom of 27 six-year-olds due to the pandemic lockdown. Find out how her ministry continues with some stark changes.

High-impact connections: Reaching university students for Christ

Universities are places where the faith of Christians is put to the test. Christian students need to know they are not alone and how to share the gospel with their classmates.

Hang up your capes: Jesus is the real hero of the faith

Are we putting missionaries on a pedestal? Mission work isn't unattainable ⁠— find out more about how all Jesus followers can be faithful witnesses.

Gospel hope transforms lives of addicted couple

Our partners in Mongolia are doing some astonishing gospel work among people with addictions, helping them out of their dependencies and into a living relationship with Jesus Christ. This is a first-person account of how one woman's life has been transformed.

Going where there is no gospel in Asia

Julie* is part of a small team hoping to bring the word of God and maybe, one day, the first church among a Central Asian minority.

Gods plan for devastated Doro

Missionaries returned to the South Sudan settlement of Doro, just three months after the compound was destroyed by fighting between rival armed groups.

God listens: Reed & the Ecuadorian Deaf community

Reed encountered the Deaf in Ecuador. What he found was astonishing — and calls for Jesus followers to serve this isolated group.

God has taught us to pray

Koreans Sung and Jae Ok Lee run the Rhizha Prayer and Retreat Centre near Jos, Nigeria. Since 2004 they have worked with the Evangelical Missionary Society, training missionaries and offering them a beautiful place to pray.

Go and preach: Kaisas call

Latinos for global missions! Read about a young Ecuadorian impacted by God, ministering to students of his home country, and preparing for missions.

Galmi Hospital prepares to face COVID-19

SIM’s Galmi Hospital has been bracing for the impact of COVID-19 – sadly, their plans must now become reality.

From the top of Mt. Kilimanjaro

I awoke to the sound of the wind howling through camp. The walls of my tent shook violently as I glanced at my watch. It was just after midnight; in about an hour, our team would make the final push for Uhuru Peak, the summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro in Tanzania — Africa’s tallest mountain.

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Latinos reaching Latinos: God at work in rural Ecuador

Martha was always full of questions. From the first time she attended the Bible study, her desire to know more was evident.

Kung fu Kwan

Kung fu master, Kwan, is living proof that almost any skill can be used in cross-cultural mission.

Kingdom opportunity follows house call

Samuel, a family physician from Australia, and his family moved to Paraguay two years ago to be involved in rural evangelism and church planting where there aren’t any churches.

Jonny speaks up for Jesus in Bolivia

Our founding fathers' goal was to share the gospel in places it had never been heard; now many missionaries want to help believers build a lifelong relationship with Jesus.

Jairo asks God to use him

Jairo, like many young Jesus followers, encountered struggles. Find out how he persevered and offered his life in service to Christ.

In the shadow of the Virgin Marys village, God builds new friendships

Building relationships in a religious community of Loja Province of Ecuador can be challenging, but God connects His workers with those He is seeking out!

Hurry up and wait: Clinging to calling during COVID-19

Juanita was set to fly to Thailand and join the Faithful Witness team – but a looming obstacle, the coronavirus, barred her way.

How the church should address prejudice

SIM International Director Dr Joshua Bogunjoko addressed the reality of racism as abuse in an interview with long-time friend and Prairie College President Mark Maxwell. Watch their conversation now.

How one young refugee encountered Christ

My father’s urgent nudging woke me from a deep sleep: “Get up! Get up! We’ve got to go,” he said and, with that, we set off in our truck in the blackest night.

Hilarys plan for pupils

Hilary, serving as a teacher in Namibia, is adjusting to an online classroom of 27 six-year-olds due to the pandemic lockdown. Find out how her ministry continues with some stark changes.

High-impact connections: Reaching university students for Christ

Universities are places where the faith of Christians is put to the test. Christian students need to know they are not alone and how to share the gospel with their classmates.

Hang up your capes: Jesus is the real hero of the faith

Are we putting missionaries on a pedestal? Mission work isn't unattainable ⁠— find out more about how all Jesus followers can be faithful witnesses.

Gospel hope transforms lives of addicted couple

Our partners in Mongolia are doing some astonishing gospel work among people with addictions, helping them out of their dependencies and into a living relationship with Jesus Christ. This is a first-person account of how one woman's life has been transformed.

Going where there is no gospel in Asia

Julie* is part of a small team hoping to bring the word of God and maybe, one day, the first church among a Central Asian minority.

Gods plan for devastated Doro

Missionaries returned to the South Sudan settlement of Doro, just three months after the compound was destroyed by fighting between rival armed groups.

God listens: Reed & the Ecuadorian Deaf community

Reed encountered the Deaf in Ecuador. What he found was astonishing — and calls for Jesus followers to serve this isolated group.

God has taught us to pray

Koreans Sung and Jae Ok Lee run the Rhizha Prayer and Retreat Centre near Jos, Nigeria. Since 2004 they have worked with the Evangelical Missionary Society, training missionaries and offering them a beautiful place to pray.

Go and preach: Kaisas call

Latinos for global missions! Read about a young Ecuadorian impacted by God, ministering to students of his home country, and preparing for missions.

Galmi Hospital prepares to face COVID-19

SIM’s Galmi Hospital has been bracing for the impact of COVID-19 – sadly, their plans must now become reality.

From the top of Mt. Kilimanjaro

I awoke to the sound of the wind howling through camp. The walls of my tent shook violently as I glanced at my watch. It was just after midnight; in about an hour, our team would make the final push for Uhuru Peak, the summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro in Tanzania — Africa’s tallest mountain.