Relief supplies from SIM and its partners are on their way to help flood victims in southern Mozambique. They should arrive before the end of March.
It is fitting that Andrew finished his missionary career in a similar fashion to how he began it, as a pioneer of new ministry ventures for SIM, empowering people to serve in those least-reached places of the world where people are living and dying without knowing Christ.
As soon as I get out of the car, I am greeted by six kids eager to learn. Their first question is: "Did you bring the video?"
It’s midday on a Tuesday. The day care for young children that Jo and two others run in a neighbourhood of Manila is coming to a close. Time for a break!
Find out how this scholarship is equipping the next generation of Christians through education and discipleship.
Hellen is a single mother of nine children. She works very hard to provide for her children. Every day she sells charcoal in Acholi Quarter in Uganda.
An evangelical school in Lebanon is a lamp for the gospel in a country of many different faiths.
Retiree and SIM member Khan* has built his own incubator from scratch, partnering with a local pastor to start a quail hatchery ministry in South Asia.
The Children’s Uplift Program (CUP) and the Girls off the Streets Fund extend hope to vulnerable women.
Bill determined to visit Ethiopian church leaders in prison, pray for them and seek their release. They had been beaten, tortured and incarcerated for their faith. That is all that Bill remembered or heard of the story — until 32 years later.
The spiritual world was always real for Prang. But it was the world of dark, evil spirits.
A temporary clinic in a suburb of Liberian capital Monrovia is bringing people to Christ in the most unexpected ways.
The Esan region of northeast Thailand is often described as one of the hardest places to do ministry in Thailand. Christians are few and far between, Buddhism is strong, and drug addiction is widespread.
Life-threatening diseases are being tackled by a unique partnership between a water engineer, a dentist, a nurse and an evangelist in remote parts of Peru.
As Christine came to terms with her early-onset Parkinson's Disease, the Lord enabled her to help those with disabilities or illnesses embrace their worth in Christ. Read about her experience now.
Fortunata didn’t know what would happen in the remote Quechua village up the mountainside in Peru. Months before, she and her husband, a pastor in their hometown, felt a calling to this village. But then the threats started coming.
Language and culture education business creates employment and ministry opportunities.
Evangelism in Egypt is complex, but the steady work of SIM partners is inviting.
The Nozomi Project shares its passion for redemption with women in Cambodia. Find out how this Japanese, faith-based enterprise is awakening hope.
Rachel is 17 years old, living in extreme poverty and raised by a single mother when her father died.
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