Kenyan Daphne Kabeberi launches SIM UK's Engage project in a community church on an Edinburgh council estate.
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.
The prayer campaign, 10:14, lifts displaced people up to God. Will you mark the 14th of October in your calendar and pray with us?
SIM Niger’s Galmi Hospital is eagerly searching for a new director to complement their medical staff and ministry.
Ever wonder what it’s like to travel into rural South Sudan with SIM? Let Tohru Inoue take you there.
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.”
For +10 years, the VAMOS magazine has been a resource in Latin America for missions teachers, but in recent years SIM Latinoamerica has offered more material, classes, and adaptations. Read what the team has learned about getting the most from content.
In Pakistan, Christian security guards are opening up new opportunities in ministry for SIM.
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.
Weeks into the pandemic, #HowWillTheyHear worker Peter launched five online groups for refugees to study the Bible and grow as disciples.
Five years ago, SIM UK launched HowWillTheyHear to share the gospel with refugees and migrants as more than a million crossed into Europe and safer parts of the Middle East to escape conflict and poverty.
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.
Many people use Google to find answers to everyday questions or even to make major decisions. An internet search can also lead people into cross-cultural ministry.
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.
Nigerians Umar and Lebechi have now spent a whole year as gospel pioneers in West Africa with Faithful Witness. Hear about their journey to share Christ where he is least known.
Julieta Murillo, director of SIM Latin America, contracted COVID-19, suffered, and recovered with the Lord's help. Read her account.
La Palabra de Dios ayudó a unir a mi familia
Durante casi ocho años trabajé en una empresa gubernamental en Ecuador. Pensé que trabajaría allí hasta la jubilación, pero luego llegó la pandemia de COVID-19.
God guided SIM worker Angelica to a conversation about the stars with one Muslim colleague, so she could speak about the Christ Child and those who came to worship him through a star sighting.
Most come out to South Sudan with the focus of mending broken bodies or guiding hurting hearts. Precious few have the desire to tinker or see how things work. But we need technically-minded mission workers.
In the aftermath of many disasters, God provided powerfully for the hungry through a surprise donor to SIM Niger.
A couple serving in Kenya helped refugee churches produce more than 100 sermons in five different languages.
Luke and Laura's work with Faithful Witness in Chad may be a fresh start and pioneering ministry, but they have a long heritage in ministry.
People in Niger said the sound of raindrops on tin roofs at night, instead of bringing comfort, now brought fear and dread. And SIM partner Pastor Amos was exhausted.
What started as a solution to a specific need in the Africa Evangelical Church (AEC) has led to high-quality Bible study and devotional books for many denominations throughout Malawi.
Three SIM projects in a South Asian country will soon unite on a single property with new facilities once the construction winds down.
The evangelist looked me in the eye and asked me very seriously, “Are you remembering to pray for me?” Then, I found out why he so earnestly sought an answer.
Naomi has experienced surprise school closures, food shortages, temporary ‘don’t go out’ rules, nearby epidemics and sudden relocations. But with the arrival of COVID-19, she feared what would happen to her ministry.
God is showing himself. Just ask the SIM workers who walk the villages and refugee camps in South Sudan.
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.
The story of the Kasena people of Chiana, Ghana, demonstrates how God is moving in the hearts of a formally unreached people group.
SIM Canada’s Dr Stephen Foster, who has served in Angola for 42 years, shares about an opportunity for collaboration between the government and the church.
Faithful Witness worker and mental healthcare professional Ann serves in the rural villages of central Africa. There, just like in the rest of the world, people are desperate for peace of mind.
Read how God surprised leadership coach Mariah* during the pandemic, allowing her to connect with and train people from all over the world.
SIM values all stages of life, and singleness is no exception. Find out about the unique needs and experiences of this group from SIM member Nancy.
Pastor Joe has discipled many like Myriam in the North. But he needs more to join the team. Read about his ministry with Faithful Witness.
Jesus’ gracious gift of salvation inspires many people to charitable acts, especially during the holidays. But would you let someone you don’t know cut your hair? Or be prepared to give a haircut to a trusting soul?
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.
How did so many gifted teachers end up serving at our partner school in South Asia? Find out from these three teachers.
There are few Christians in North Africa. They need brothers and sisters to come and stand with them. Read how Sub-Saharan Christians are indeed hearing the call from the North, “Come over and help us!” and are responding.
Just as “the feet of those who bring good news” are beautiful, so is SIM's book van that transports the Word of God throughout Pakistani villages.
A ship bearing 4,000 copies of the Yom Bible arrived in Benin’s Cotonou Port at the beginning of August, marking the completion of an almost 70-year translation project.
Severe flooding of the Niger River has forced residents of SIM’s Sahel Academy and the Bible Center of Niamey to evacuate.
Por muchos años, Dios ha estado tocando los corazones de miembros del equipo de SIM Ecuador para que entren en el campo de batalla de personas que luchan contra la adicción a la pornografía y el pecado sexual. La pandemia de COVID-19 en Ecuador trajo un confinamento completo y con ello vino una urgencia aún mayor para la redención de Dios en esta área.
Thousands of COVID-19 face masks and protective gear are being made by women from Tiyamike, an SIM sewing programme in Malawi.
The COVID-19 pandemic has intensified the struggle for survival that displaced people face in Italy. Read about the current needs of this demographic and how you can help.
The massive explosion at Beirut’s port on 4 August has brought fresh devastation to the people of Lebanon. Find out how to help the immediate needs.
A primary school carries on even after funds dry up and missionaries leave. Read on to hear how God has given them amazing endurance.
SIM’s project to feed impoverished families in Peru during the pandemic is growing swiftly in Lima.
Windows of Hope Zimbabwe and For Freedom held an awareness campaign and training for rural residents affected by the pandemic.
Elisa realised the need for the Old Testament audio in Gurmanchema when COVID-19 disrupted the lives of her security guard's family. Find out more about this new recording project.
Read how a community became couriers of food and SD cards to more than 100 households left hungry by COVID-19.
Thanks to the relationship that CHETNA built with Mr Bahadur when his wife was dying, he and his family are getting the life-sustaining food they need to weather this global pandemic.
Christians are helping their community take preventative steps against COVID-19 with hygienic resources. Find out how this has strengthened long-term connections with neighbours.
How have churches adjusted now that the coronavirus has prevented group meetings? Read on to find out how church fellowship has changed.
SIM has taken urgent steps to help our workers and the communities they serve respond appropriately to the growing spread of COVID-19 through the coronavirus.
Ministry and family life take a different shape for the Andersons amidst the COVID-19 crisis, especially since they are separated from their 11-year-old son.
SIM’s Galmi Hospital has been bracing for the impact of COVID-19 – sadly, their plans must now become reality.
Motivated by the gospel, professional career coaches Daniel and Jeanie Ough are offering their free services to anyone without jobs during the pandemic. Read on to find out about this opportunity.
Go North, in partnership with the Faithful Witness initiative, mobilises university students to share the good news of Christ in North Africa. Read about the work God is doing through young people in this region.
An anointed team has been mobilised to bring the good news to the Fulani in northern Nigeria. Find out about the exciting work the Lord is doing through the Faithful Witness initiative.
With its diverse population of hundreds of ethnic groups speaking 120 languages and dialects, it’s no surprise that Chad is sometimes called the “Babel Tower of the World.”
We invite you to join with us in SIM’s 10 Days of Prayer from May 21-30. This year, we will look at ‘one anothers’ present in God’s Word.
Building bridges in the community through teamwork and a labor of love
Four short stories describe how missionaries are using their God-given skills in their ministries.
Yasir was orphaned, forced to end his studies and left without work. But God saw him and soon led him to SIM's youth vocational training centre.
SIM Canada reaches out to diverse communities at its doorstep
SIM ministries are helping women caught in the sex trade stand up against crime and find hope.
Katie, a science teacher, hosts a four-week summer camp right from her home in West Africa.
SIM Bolivia reaches out to the miners of Potosí and dreams of them going in the mines singing praises to the Lord.
Australian Anne-Sophie says it’s harder to see beauty in her surroundings back in Niger where she serves as a GP-obstetrician and chief medical officer at Galmi Hospital.
Our professional callings are pre-ordained to be spheres of service to God.
When Panna arrived at Redlight Greenlight, a home for trafficked girls, she refused to talk or open up to the others. How could the team reach her with God's love?
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