I awoke to the sound of the wind howling through camp. The walls of my tent shook violently as I glanced at my watch. It was just after midnight; in about an...
Jason Pierce, SIM missionary to Tanzania | 18 Oct 2018
Sometimes I fail to realise that God is the One who is truly at work. He doesn’t need me to say a single word in Swahili to move in the lives around us.
Lauren Pierce, SIM missionary to Tanzania | 14 Sep 2018
A primary school carries on even after funds dry up and missionaries leave. Read on to hear how God has given them amazing endurance.
Tohru Inoue | 08 Apr 2021
Tohru Inoue | 01 Apr 2021
Ever wonder what it’s like to travel into rural South Sudan with SIM? Let Tohru Inoue take you there.
Tohru Inoue | 23 Feb 2021
Theological Education by Extension equips pastors with training on the road and in remote areas throughout South Sudan. Read how it's helped non-traditional...
Tohru Inoue | 26 Jan 2021
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...
Tohru Inoue | 10 Dec 2020
God is showing himself. Just ask the SIM workers who walk the villages and refugee camps in South Sudan.
Tohru Inoue | 05 Nov 2020
Tohru Inoue | 22 Sep 2020
The Harvest Worker project is helping mobilise those who are ready to go to serve in South Sudan.
Tim Coleman (Photos) and Neil Sandoz (Video) | 28 Jan 2019
His name is Adam, and he was a witch doctor.
Anonymous | 26 Apr 2018
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,...
Anonymous | 15 Mar 2018
A couple serving in Kenya helped refugee churches produce more than 100 sermons in five different languages.
Kerry Allan | 13 Apr 2021
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.
Tohru Inoue | 19 Mar 2021
Tohru Inoue | 11 Mar 2021
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,...
Peter Okaalet and Tohru Inoue | 04 Feb 2021
Tohru Inoue | 19 Jan 2021
Kerry Allan | 03 Dec 2020
The Lord healed Appolinarie from trauma during the Rwandan genocide. Now, she helps other French-speaking refugees in Nairobi.
Timothy Coleman | 30 Jul 2020
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.
Carmen Pauls Orthner | 12 May 2020
In June 2019, interns learned how to use their artistic skills in missions. Find out the unique ways visual arts can unlock opportunities to share Christ's...
Zoe Cromwell | 14 Apr 2020
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...
Zoë Cromwell | 26 Apr 2018
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...
Tohru Inoue | 21 Feb 2022
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.
Kerry Allan | 04 Mar 2021
Kerry Allan | 04 Jan 2021
What can a thriving Ethiopian church teach us about impact? Find out now.
Amy Bareham Chapman | 23 Jul 2020
God's hand is clearly on the friendship between the Wards and Frealem, and it all started with a common love of pottery.
Tianna Haas | 25 Feb 2020
Who was this man named "Million" — and why did he have such an unusual name?
Tohru Inoue | 23 Aug 2018
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...
Bill and Grace Harding, former workers in Ethiopia | 24 Feb 2018
Let us accept that the itinerary and ministry of Elisha described in II Kings 4:8-17 fits the profile of a 21ˢᵗ century missionary. The question then is:...
Kehinde Ojo | 01 Oct 2016