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Delivered from overdose by Jesus

Edgar considered Jesus and spent time with Christians, but he also experimented with drugs. Soon, he feared for his life.

Dee helps Zambian women launch ‘Mama Hygiene business

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

Cyclone Idai has brought devastation to parts of Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi. SIM’s Disaster Relief Fund is being mobilised to help survivors.

Cultivated in good soil

What can a thriving Ethiopian church teach us about impact? Find out now.

Crossing barriers with coffee

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.

Crossing barriers to Filipinos

Ibrahim, a former Filipino Muslim, and his wife Mae are crossing cultural and religious barriers in Mindanao to support Islamic communities and the people who serve them. Through local arts, storytelling and the House of Barnabas retreat centre they are hoping to introduce Muslim Filipinos to the prophet Isa (Jesus).

Could you be the gospel worker to help refugees in northern Greece

God's people are at work in Greece, helping the thousands of people arriving from the Middle East.

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.

Community circulates food and SD cards by hand

Read how a community became couriers of food and SD cards to more than 100 households left hungry by COVID-19.

Clean water, living water

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.

City Lights: Engaging Canadas hip-hop community for Christ

This ministry is the first of its kind within SIM: It engages the hip-hop community in Toronto for Christ. Watch and read about City Lights.

Church fellowship transcends isolation

How have churches adjusted now that the coronavirus has prevented group meetings? Read on to find out how church fellowship has changed.

Choosing school

Ashish and Sachhi received another chance at education through SIM's partner, Chetna.

Choosing divine love, for better or for worse

The Fawcetts were eager to enter ministry. But God called the Fawcetts to wait before they could embark to Ayutthaya.

Chinese-Australian group visits Malawis Chinese diaspora

A group of seven Chinese-Australian Christians took a short-term trip to Malawi to better understand outreach opportunities among the Chinese Diaspora. Read about what they learned.

Chicken dinner ministry

Inmates take part in the Great Commission by donating from what they have.

Check out the new hopeforlife.net website

SIM’s Hope for Life ministry just launched a new website – hopeforlife.net. Check it out to see how they're ministering to HIV-affected communities.

Changing the world starts with one camper

God can use a single camper to transform an entire village for His fame — we've witnessed it.

Chad is not an easy location

With its diverse population of hundreds of ethnic groups speaking 120 languages and dialects, it’s no surprise that Chad is sometimes called the “Babel Tower of the World.”

Career coaching service available for COVID-19s jobless

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 Stories

Delivered from overdose by Jesus

Edgar considered Jesus and spent time with Christians, but he also experimented with drugs. Soon, he feared for his life.

Dee helps Zambian women launch ‘Mama Hygiene business

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

Cyclone Idai has brought devastation to parts of Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi. SIM’s Disaster Relief Fund is being mobilised to help survivors.

Cultivated in good soil

What can a thriving Ethiopian church teach us about impact? Find out now.

Crossing barriers with coffee

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.

Crossing barriers to Filipinos

Ibrahim, a former Filipino Muslim, and his wife Mae are crossing cultural and religious barriers in Mindanao to support Islamic communities and the people who serve them. Through local arts, storytelling and the House of Barnabas retreat centre they are hoping to introduce Muslim Filipinos to the prophet Isa (Jesus).

Could you be the gospel worker to help refugees in northern Greece

God's people are at work in Greece, helping the thousands of people arriving from the Middle East.

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.

Community circulates food and SD cards by hand

Read how a community became couriers of food and SD cards to more than 100 households left hungry by COVID-19.

Clean water, living water

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.

City Lights: Engaging Canadas hip-hop community for Christ

This ministry is the first of its kind within SIM: It engages the hip-hop community in Toronto for Christ. Watch and read about City Lights.

Church fellowship transcends isolation

How have churches adjusted now that the coronavirus has prevented group meetings? Read on to find out how church fellowship has changed.

Choosing school

Ashish and Sachhi received another chance at education through SIM's partner, Chetna.

Choosing divine love, for better or for worse

The Fawcetts were eager to enter ministry. But God called the Fawcetts to wait before they could embark to Ayutthaya.

Chinese-Australian group visits Malawis Chinese diaspora

A group of seven Chinese-Australian Christians took a short-term trip to Malawi to better understand outreach opportunities among the Chinese Diaspora. Read about what they learned.

Chicken dinner ministry

Inmates take part in the Great Commission by donating from what they have.

Check out the new hopeforlife.net website

SIM’s Hope for Life ministry just launched a new website – hopeforlife.net. Check it out to see how they're ministering to HIV-affected communities.

Changing the world starts with one camper

God can use a single camper to transform an entire village for His fame — we've witnessed it.

Chad is not an easy location

With its diverse population of hundreds of ethnic groups speaking 120 languages and dialects, it’s no surprise that Chad is sometimes called the “Babel Tower of the World.”

Career coaching service available for COVID-19s jobless

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.