God is at work, even through the aftermath of the destructive 7.8 magnitude earthquake that struck coastal Ecuador on April 16.
Thomas responded to his missionary call after meeting an Ecuadorian mission team whose presence in Ghana spoke to him deeply — and they challenged him to go where Christ has not been known.
As his home life turned sour, Dickens decided that the streets were a better option for him. In just eight months, his environment turned him from a soft-spoken boy to a hardened thief.
Edgar considered Jesus and spent time with Christians, but he also experimented with drugs. Soon, he feared for his life.
Dee has helped with a business initiative, which makes soap with a group of ladies in Kasempa, Zambia, and trains hospitals in hygienic practices while sharing the gospel.
Cyclone Idai has brought devastation to parts of Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi. SIM’s Disaster Relief Fund is being mobilised to help survivors.
A cup of coffee is so much more than a person's preferences of milk or sugar. Inviting a friend to share a cup of coffee is inviting someone to share life, the highs and the lows, and everything in between.
God's people are at work in Greece, helping the thousands of people arriving from the Middle East.
Six years ago, after decades of drinking water with a dangerously high concentration of arsenic in it, Jalal's body finally began to succumb to severe symptoms of arsenicosis, or arsenic poisoning.
Ashish and Sachhi received another chance at education through SIM's partner, Chetna.
The Fawcetts were eager to enter ministry. But God called the Fawcetts to wait before they could embark to Ayutthaya.
Inmates take part in the Great Commission by donating from what they have.
The Good News Project has grown in, engaged with and served Mandritsara in Madagascar. Find out how their gospel-centred service has impacted the town and drawn workers from across the world.
Servio and his family obeyed when God sent them home to plant a church in the remote Loja province.
How often do Brendan and Erin Connally's ministries overlap? Dentistry and oral Bible storying complement each other more than you'd think.
The somewhat imaginary path dwindled away, and we couldn't make ourselves imagine it going any farther. We stopped the motorcycle and laughed.
What business does a group of artists have, visiting a huge rubbish dump in Nairobi, sitting in tiny shacks with the trash sorters, and bringing art materials to their kids?
Benjamin wanted to emulate Jesus’ ministry of reconciliation, while tangibly helping people through earthly problems.
The Lord healed Appolinarie from trauma during the Rwandan genocide. Now, she helps other French-speaking refugees in Nairobi.
For gifted evangelists such as Getachew, the movement of 16 different Sudanese tribes from hard to reach areas into a single refugee area presents a wonderful opportunity. It's an opportunity to share the gospel of Jesus Christ with many more people.
COVID-19 has generated a need for internet-based classes at the Biblical Seminary of Uruguay like countless other educational institutions. Find out how the transition online has widened their reach to equip spiritual leaders.
The Liberian hospital that grappled with the 2014 Ebola outbreak has now encountered its first two COVID-19 cases, both of which were fatal.
Delivering a map to the Sports Friends Peru office turned into an unforgettable moment for Renato. Read about his decision to follow Jesus.
An SIM-initiated IT project is helping small, independent medical clinics prepare to care for COVID-19 patients in city slums and rural areas of Kenya.
Fela and his family minister to children and exiled widows in Gushegu, and leading up to the COVID-19 pandemic, they provided them with food relief.
In light of the current pandemic, Rachel reflects on her younger brother's passing due to the H1N1 pandemic of 2009. Watch the video to find out how suffering drew her close to Christ.
Read how SIM member Ingrid is using her physiotherapy skills through WhatsApp, while her husband Neil prays over the hurting.
A local church in Ecuador has been supporting struggling members during the pandemic. Read how financial aid through SIM allowed the church to extend more resources to families.
A short stay in Mali turned into something much more for Puti. Find out how God changed Puti's plans and used the Faithful Witness initiative for his glory.
From the outside looking in, ministering in Mali is a formidable task.
One year after a devastating 6.0 magnitude earthquake hit the coast of Ecuador, people are still rebuilding their homes. But deep emotional wounds still remain. SIM Ecuador is focusing on trauma healing in our continuing relief efforts to the disaster-ravaged region.
After their husband's death, widows in Burkina Faso were often left on their own with no material or moral support. Many times their in-laws would take their children or even accuse them for the death of their husband, saying that they had a "bad spirit."
Nick recounts what a priceless opportunity it was to teach at a high-quality Christian school in Pakistan.
"Waves of Hope" radio ministry makes a difference to many people in Loja, Ecuador. Read why we want to expand this radio ministry and about Klever's story.
God's hand is clearly on the friendship between the Wards and Frealem, and it all started with a common love of pottery.
Joseph Kur was a boy soldier in the Sudanese Civil War, both witnessing and committing terrible acts while still a child.
Cera is a small ceramic community in the rural area of Loja Province. Read more about how God brought the Barbee family there to launch a missional business with a small group of believers who are eager to make an impact in their own community.
“Can I ask you a question about Jesus Christ?” That's what Ken asked me as we sat down in our living room, where I keep a Bible in the local language on display.
Juanita was set to fly to Thailand and join the Faithful Witness team – but a looming obstacle, the coronavirus, barred her way.
To maintain and build strong contacts in the country, specifically in the District of Leribe, where more than 50 Ama-Zioni church leaders have expressed a desire to study God’s Word.
By the grace of God, through partnerships with the Church in Zimbabwe and other like-minded ministry organisations, we envision building the Church of God.
Our vision is to see the Body of Christ in Zambia growing, ministering, and sending.
The aim of this project is to train and inspire leaders to see that they are not alone. We desire to increase spiritual unity by offering personal mentoring, advice and training to local youth leaders, helping them start new initiatives, and as they face different challenges in their ministries.
Our goal is to train Namibians on how to reach out to children and young people who are growing up without hearing the good news of Jesus Christ.
This project aims to convert the Wolof-Roman-script Bible into Arabic script.
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