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Esther’s Ecuador education helps her share good news

Being the child of mission workers comes with many challenges and joys, but it can be a very enriching life. Esther King tells Ecuador MK team lead Rachel Wilson how her childhood has influenced her life.

Discipling the next generation for Christ

With 70 per cent of the country's population under the age of 30, Malawi's pastors are eager to be equipped for the task of reaching and helping a generation of young people. A recent event, sponsored by SIM, was set up to do just that.

Flood relief for Pakistan’s Sindh province

As the impact of serious flooding continues to be felt, SIM workers are partnering with others to bring hope and practical help to people who desperately need it. Find out what is happening and how you could get involved.

Ukraine Bible school reopens as war continues

Ministers of the gospel of peace continue to be encouraged and equipped as Odesa Bible College begins a new term.

Milestone as Manya New Testament translation completed

The words of the Bible in a people group's own language is a huge step towards them hearing and truly understanding the gospel. There are currently still over 2000 languages without a Bible, but John-Mark and Sara Sheppard, mission workers with SIM in Liberia, recently saw the completion of the New Testment translated into the Manya language.

Successful surgery ends shame for E

Years of rejection end for a Malagasy woman, and a new life begins, as SIM surgeon Ted Watts successfully completes a difficult operation to repair her damaged bladder. Ted is lead surgeon at the Good News Hospital in Mandritsara, Madagascar, and shares this moving story…

Peny dances in the desert

How one woman brings life through ministering the gospel to children in Kenya's desert region.

Pakistan flood appeal

Millions of people have been affected by the floods in Pakistan and our SIM team there has launched an appeal to help them

Testimony from Waves of Hope Radio Ministry

Waves of Hope Radio Ministry team expanded their outreach to a local church where 90 children were influenced for the gospel.

Recovered health and renewed faith

Louise and a team from ELWA Hospital traveled to a remote village for a pop-up clinic. While there they treated many patients. One of these was a boy whose father had prior doubts about Christianity. Thanks to medication the team brought, the boy's health was restored, and in turn, his father's faith was renewed.

Rejoicing in hope

Life can often be difficult for women and children living in Central Asia. A new crisis centre aims to equip these women with practical and occupational training, as well as medical and psychological care. Through God's faithfulness the centre is now being constructed.

Multiplying impact through business as mission

Hikari was meditating on Matthew 21 when he heard God call him to serve. For Hikari and his family this meant moving to a different country with SIM's Faithful Witness initiative. In a place where the church is scattered and a religion besides Christianity is dominant, Hikari and his family needed a means to form relationships with those around them - they found this through business as mission.

A car ride and the gospel

Murray and his co-worker prayed that Maria would be open to hearing about the gospel on their drive. As they drove, the group passed a wall with a bible verse painted boldly on it's front, which sparked conversation about the bible and faith. This led the way for Murray to share about how central Christ is to faith and salvation.

Chinua and Esi share a journey through trauma: Loving mission workers well in all seasons 

Chinua*, Esi* and their family were on their way home when they began to doubt the safety of the road they were on. Eventually it became clear that this road was controlled by a terrorist group. Miraculously, the group let the family continue down the road. Chinua and Esi were able to process their experience through counselling.

Let the peoples praise you

Medical mission worker Anne-Sophie works in obstetrics at Galmi Hospital, it was here that she met cancer patient Aicha. Through years of treatment Anne-Sophie was able to share about Jesus. Because of the friendships made through Galmi, and the work of the Holy Spirit, Aicha and her husband came to know Christ.

Story Archives

Esther’s Ecuador education helps her share good news

Being the child of mission workers comes with many challenges and joys, but it can be a very enriching life. Esther King tells Ecuador MK team lead Rachel Wilson how her childhood has influenced her life.

Discipling the next generation for Christ

With 70 per cent of the country's population under the age of 30, Malawi's pastors are eager to be equipped for the task of reaching and helping a generation of young people. A recent event, sponsored by SIM, was set up to do just that.

Flood relief for Pakistan’s Sindh province

As the impact of serious flooding continues to be felt, SIM workers are partnering with others to bring hope and practical help to people who desperately need it. Find out what is happening and how you could get involved.

Ukraine Bible school reopens as war continues

Ministers of the gospel of peace continue to be encouraged and equipped as Odesa Bible College begins a new term.

Milestone as Manya New Testament translation completed

The words of the Bible in a people group's own language is a huge step towards them hearing and truly understanding the gospel. There are currently still over 2000 languages without a Bible, but John-Mark and Sara Sheppard, mission workers with SIM in Liberia, recently saw the completion of the New Testment translated into the Manya language.

Successful surgery ends shame for E

Years of rejection end for a Malagasy woman, and a new life begins, as SIM surgeon Ted Watts successfully completes a difficult operation to repair her damaged bladder. Ted is lead surgeon at the Good News Hospital in Mandritsara, Madagascar, and shares this moving story…

Peny dances in the desert

How one woman brings life through ministering the gospel to children in Kenya's desert region.

Pakistan flood appeal

Millions of people have been affected by the floods in Pakistan and our SIM team there has launched an appeal to help them

Testimony from Waves of Hope Radio Ministry

Waves of Hope Radio Ministry team expanded their outreach to a local church where 90 children were influenced for the gospel.

Recovered health and renewed faith

Louise and a team from ELWA Hospital traveled to a remote village for a pop-up clinic. While there they treated many patients. One of these was a boy whose father had prior doubts about Christianity. Thanks to medication the team brought, the boy's health was restored, and in turn, his father's faith was renewed.

Rejoicing in hope

Life can often be difficult for women and children living in Central Asia. A new crisis centre aims to equip these women with practical and occupational training, as well as medical and psychological care. Through God's faithfulness the centre is now being constructed.

Multiplying impact through business as mission

Hikari was meditating on Matthew 21 when he heard God call him to serve. For Hikari and his family this meant moving to a different country with SIM's Faithful Witness initiative. In a place where the church is scattered and a religion besides Christianity is dominant, Hikari and his family needed a means to form relationships with those around them - they found this through business as mission.

A car ride and the gospel

Murray and his co-worker prayed that Maria would be open to hearing about the gospel on their drive. As they drove, the group passed a wall with a bible verse painted boldly on it's front, which sparked conversation about the bible and faith. This led the way for Murray to share about how central Christ is to faith and salvation.

Chinua and Esi share a journey through trauma: Loving mission workers well in all seasons 

Chinua*, Esi* and their family were on their way home when they began to doubt the safety of the road they were on. Eventually it became clear that this road was controlled by a terrorist group. Miraculously, the group let the family continue down the road. Chinua and Esi were able to process their experience through counselling.

Let the peoples praise you

Medical mission worker Anne-Sophie works in obstetrics at Galmi Hospital, it was here that she met cancer patient Aicha. Through years of treatment Anne-Sophie was able to share about Jesus. Because of the friendships made through Galmi, and the work of the Holy Spirit, Aicha and her husband came to know Christ.