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Why Katie runs a month-long science camp

Katie, a science teacher, hosts a four-week summer camp right from her home in West Africa.

Where the sun doesnt shine

SIM Bolivia reaches out to the miners of Potosí and dreams of them going in the mines singing praises to the Lord.

When you are tested to despair

Australian Anne-Sophie says it’s harder to see beauty in her surroundings back in Niger where she serves as a GP-obstetrician and chief medical officer at Galmi Hospital.

West African Christians help neighbours prevent COVID-19

Christians are helping their community take preventative steps against COVID-19 with hygienic resources. Find out how this has strengthened long-term connections with neighbours.

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.

Walking through darkness: Pannas transformation

When Panna arrived at Redlight Greenlight, a home for trafficked girls, she refused to talk or open up to the others. How could the team reach her with God's love?

Visual Arts interns create for an eternal purpose

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 love.

Uruguayan seminary equips church leaders despite COVID-19 complications

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.

Two miracles for one boy

Ghanaian Sherriff was fifteen and had a growth on his nostril. He felt alone and rejected.

Transformed by short-term missions

For many years, I have felt that the Lord was calling me to something. I prayed for wisdom and clarity but a restless and unsettled feeling plagued me.

Trading death for life

His name is Adam, and he was a witch doctor.

To life at ELWA Hospital

Dr. Rick Sacra, named 2018 AMH Gerson L’Chaim Prize winner, proceeds to benefit ELWA Hospital in Liberia.

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.

The road to Kayes

A young family is heading to Mali for the Faithful Witness initiative. Read on to find out about their preparation for the journey.

The piano bench ministry

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

The need for discipleship

Discipleship is vital for new believers and their personal growth in Christ. A missionary shares her experience.

The masked shiners of La Paz

SIM workers Randy and Dani Davis are establishing a church called Kayaparu ("at His feet") amongst one of Bolivia's least-reached communities — the shoe shiners of La Paz.

The day I encountered my own heart-language

Heather shares about a unique encounter with her own heart-language while language learning in Ghana.

The broadcast that dries Anibals tears

Finding himself downcast after a failed marriage, Anibal was touched by Radio Hope's messages.

The Story of Hope brings joy to rural Ecuador

Through the many stories in the Bible we see God at work and his plan of salvation through Jesus Christ unfolding across its pages.

SIM Stories

Why Katie runs a month-long science camp

Katie, a science teacher, hosts a four-week summer camp right from her home in West Africa.

Where the sun doesnt shine

SIM Bolivia reaches out to the miners of Potosí and dreams of them going in the mines singing praises to the Lord.

When you are tested to despair

Australian Anne-Sophie says it’s harder to see beauty in her surroundings back in Niger where she serves as a GP-obstetrician and chief medical officer at Galmi Hospital.

West African Christians help neighbours prevent COVID-19

Christians are helping their community take preventative steps against COVID-19 with hygienic resources. Find out how this has strengthened long-term connections with neighbours.

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.

Walking through darkness: Pannas transformation

When Panna arrived at Redlight Greenlight, a home for trafficked girls, she refused to talk or open up to the others. How could the team reach her with God's love?

Visual Arts interns create for an eternal purpose

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 love.

Uruguayan seminary equips church leaders despite COVID-19 complications

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.

Two miracles for one boy

Ghanaian Sherriff was fifteen and had a growth on his nostril. He felt alone and rejected.

Transformed by short-term missions

For many years, I have felt that the Lord was calling me to something. I prayed for wisdom and clarity but a restless and unsettled feeling plagued me.

Trading death for life

His name is Adam, and he was a witch doctor.

To life at ELWA Hospital

Dr. Rick Sacra, named 2018 AMH Gerson L’Chaim Prize winner, proceeds to benefit ELWA Hospital in Liberia.

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.

The road to Kayes

A young family is heading to Mali for the Faithful Witness initiative. Read on to find out about their preparation for the journey.

The piano bench ministry

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

The need for discipleship

Discipleship is vital for new believers and their personal growth in Christ. A missionary shares her experience.

The masked shiners of La Paz

SIM workers Randy and Dani Davis are establishing a church called Kayaparu ("at His feet") amongst one of Bolivia's least-reached communities — the shoe shiners of La Paz.

The day I encountered my own heart-language

Heather shares about a unique encounter with her own heart-language while language learning in Ghana.

The broadcast that dries Anibals tears

Finding himself downcast after a failed marriage, Anibal was touched by Radio Hope's messages.

The Story of Hope brings joy to rural Ecuador

Through the many stories in the Bible we see God at work and his plan of salvation through Jesus Christ unfolding across its pages.