The Bible talks about loving the oppressed – the widows and orphans, those who have suffered and have been treated unjustly. But what about loving the oppressors, the ones who have sinned against others? In Myanmar, the Bamar majority people are seen as oppressors and the perpetrators of some of the worst violations to human rights. These are the people Sandra and Tim want to share Jesus with.
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.”
After a total of 11 years’ mission work in Papua New Guinea, Jill and Phil have seen God do "abundantly more than [they] expected.”
New Zealand's Good Neighbour rescues food as they point to the Saviour.
New Zealand nurse Erica Aarsen is trusting God through the COVID-19 pandemic as she waits to start a long-term placement at Doro Clinic in South Sudan.
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.
SIM International Director Joshua Bogunjoko reflects on our value of diversity in teams and what that means for our perceptions and perspectives.
We can think missions is making Christ attractive by the excellence of our work. But what happens when our brokenness becomes apparent? A former missionary surgeon suddenly found himself in this scenario when he could no longer operate.
South Sudan and Sudan see people coming to a saving faith in Jesus Christ.
A young family is heading to Mali for the Faithful Witness initiative. Read on to find out about their preparation for the journey.
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