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Connecting cultures through dreams

I am usually not a dreamer, but I had a dream where I decided to cut my hair. In my dream, as I turned my head sideways my face turned into one of the local people.

In the wake of Ebola, SIM offers ground-breaking medical treatment

In immense pain, James entered the Ebola survivor treatment unit in February 2015.

A case of mistaken identity: a student finds meaning beyond academia

It was Allison’s fourth and final year at university. Her grades really had to count this last year, but during her fall semester exams, she faltered. “One of those moments you really hope you never have…which is when I forgot everything I’d learned,” Allison said.

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.

Wiping bottoms and bringing good news

“Local men often just live whatever lifestyle they choose but women are still generally doing most of the work and are home with the kids." Carol, her husband Anthony, and their three young children live in Central Asia. Officially, their role is church planting amongst the Muslim Yee people, but as yet there are too few believers in the area to plant one.

The surprising ways God is at work in Bolivia

SIM has a commitment to the least reached people, where there is no gospel. In Bolivia this includes indigenous groups, rural residents and urban dwellers.

Ecuador earthquake disaster relief: One month later

God is at work, even through the aftermath of the destructive 7.8 magnitude earthquake that struck coastal Ecuador on April 16.

Danja Fistula Center brings hope

Salome is the first person in her Nigerien family to attend school.

Two years later, Liberians find healing from Ebolas emotional scars

In January 2016, the World Health Organization announced that the Ebola epidemic in West Africa was over. In reality, the crisis is far from over for many who were caught up in the worst of it.

We do whatever it takes to start new churches

The son of a Methodist father and a Muslim mother, Shodankeh Johnson serves with New Harvest Global Ministries in Sierra Leone. Making use of the principles of DMM (Disciple Making Movements), he and his team have planted some 2,000 churches.

MANI 2016: Hearing and Obeying God in Times Like These

More than 560 delegates from more than 50 countries gathered in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 7-11 March for the third consultation of the Movement for African National Initiatives (MANI).

The Yao of Mozambique hear the gospel for first time

Eleven years ago, God placed a dream in our hearts to teach his Word to people in Mozambique who have never heard his message.

The piano bench ministry

Playing in an orchestra can open opportunities for heartfelt discussions about Jesus. Find out about Jill's "piano bench ministry."

Building the Church by motorcycle

The somewhat imaginary path dwindled away, and we couldn't make ourselves imagine it going any farther. We stopped the motorcycle and laughed.

A new wave of Latino missionaries

Nearly every Latino candidate I meet wants to work in the unreached places of the world and do some of the hardest work. God is raising up a new wave of missionaries in South America, and we are joyfully equipping them for service and sending them to these unreached areas.

Story Archives

Connecting cultures through dreams

I am usually not a dreamer, but I had a dream where I decided to cut my hair. In my dream, as I turned my head sideways my face turned into one of the local people.

In the wake of Ebola, SIM offers ground-breaking medical treatment

In immense pain, James entered the Ebola survivor treatment unit in February 2015.

A case of mistaken identity: a student finds meaning beyond academia

It was Allison’s fourth and final year at university. Her grades really had to count this last year, but during her fall semester exams, she faltered. “One of those moments you really hope you never have…which is when I forgot everything I’d learned,” Allison said.

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.

Wiping bottoms and bringing good news

“Local men often just live whatever lifestyle they choose but women are still generally doing most of the work and are home with the kids." Carol, her husband Anthony, and their three young children live in Central Asia. Officially, their role is church planting amongst the Muslim Yee people, but as yet there are too few believers in the area to plant one.

The surprising ways God is at work in Bolivia

SIM has a commitment to the least reached people, where there is no gospel. In Bolivia this includes indigenous groups, rural residents and urban dwellers.

Ecuador earthquake disaster relief: One month later

God is at work, even through the aftermath of the destructive 7.8 magnitude earthquake that struck coastal Ecuador on April 16.

Danja Fistula Center brings hope

Salome is the first person in her Nigerien family to attend school.

Two years later, Liberians find healing from Ebolas emotional scars

In January 2016, the World Health Organization announced that the Ebola epidemic in West Africa was over. In reality, the crisis is far from over for many who were caught up in the worst of it.

We do whatever it takes to start new churches

The son of a Methodist father and a Muslim mother, Shodankeh Johnson serves with New Harvest Global Ministries in Sierra Leone. Making use of the principles of DMM (Disciple Making Movements), he and his team have planted some 2,000 churches.

MANI 2016: Hearing and Obeying God in Times Like These

More than 560 delegates from more than 50 countries gathered in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 7-11 March for the third consultation of the Movement for African National Initiatives (MANI).

The Yao of Mozambique hear the gospel for first time

Eleven years ago, God placed a dream in our hearts to teach his Word to people in Mozambique who have never heard his message.

The piano bench ministry

Playing in an orchestra can open opportunities for heartfelt discussions about Jesus. Find out about Jill's "piano bench ministry."

Building the Church by motorcycle

The somewhat imaginary path dwindled away, and we couldn't make ourselves imagine it going any farther. We stopped the motorcycle and laughed.

A new wave of Latino missionaries

Nearly every Latino candidate I meet wants to work in the unreached places of the world and do some of the hardest work. God is raising up a new wave of missionaries in South America, and we are joyfully equipping them for service and sending them to these unreached areas.