The West Africa Missions Office, by faith, seeks to glorify God by partnering with churches and local mission agencies in West Africa to mobilise, train, and send missionaries to plant and reproduce culturally-relevant churches worldwide.
Uruguay immigrants are putting down New Roots
Uruguay has a large immigrant population, and students from the vocational programme at the Biblical Seminary of Uruguay, a partner of SIM, realised many foreigners were finding it difficult to adjust to their new home. New Roots ministry was formed to assist these newcomers!
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Flying hope and healing with SIMAIR
Across West Africa, SIMAIR serves remote communities with medicines, safe transport and the gospel message.
Words of Hope
Equipping pastors and leaders of city and rural churches to be faithful to God's Word and the gospel in their ministry to others.
Learning the whole Bible to take the gospel around the world
Moore College Latin America (MOCLAM), a new ministry initiative of SIM Ecuador’s Words of Hope ministry, is equipping people to explain how the entire Bible points to Jesus and God’s redemptive plan.
Meeting Christ on campus: international student ministry
International study can feel isolated and present difficulties living in the new culture. SIM’s Engaging the University ministry reaches out in love to cross cultural barriers and make international students feel at home.
Caring for children at risk
In West Africa, SIMaid is partnering with Caring for Kids to cure and prevent malnutrition in children.
God didn't give up on Joy
CW: child abuse. After the scars of her childhood, Joy found safety and acceptance on a football team. That's where she met Jesus: in the hands and feet of the coaches, in Scriptures tossed in conversation, in study of his Word and through church.
SIM Trauma Healing is a church and community-based outreach that equips believers with integrated biblical and mental health principles to care for victims of trauma in their communities.
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Our desire is to see the people of SIM South Africa growing in their love and knowledge of the Lord to passionately carry out God’s call to reach the lost.
Youth Training Centre
This ministry is using the avenue of teaching English to students as a means to build relationships with them and share the gospel.
Rescue centre teens pursue recovery in person
God opened the door for trauma healing ministry to take place face to face in southern Ecuador after a year and a half of pandemic regulations and virtual meetings. This workshop offered 15 people at a rescue centre for sexually abused teens the opportunity to seek healing in Jesus.
Transformed to serve: Peru's prison ministry
While in prison, Laura* became a regular at the English-speaking Bible study for women in Lima, Peru. As a foreigner, she had been lured there by a ‘too good to be true’ offer and trapped far from her family. Yet through the SIM Prison Ministry, Laura found friendship and evidence of God's love.
Pray the Lord will supply our needs
For African mission workers, support raising on the continent can be challenging, even without complications like COVID-19 and interest in international missions. Still, many are giving and going themselves knowing the obstacles.
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