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).
COVID increases vulnerabilities for people living with HIV
When Fai* arrived in Thailand as a migrant, she was unwell from HIV. By God’s hand, she connected with the local SIM Hope for Life ministry, through which she got access to treatment. But the COVID-19 restrictions disrupted her medication.
Saaw used to tell fortunes, make holy water for people, and consecrate their spirit shrines. But the spirits only brought her hardship and fear. Learn how she escaped and embraced peace in Christ.
Saaw and Dtang: Freeing a friend
Dtang had to drive past Saaw’s house on her way to the rice field each day. So, she told her about Jesus.
While I'm at homeschool
Watch this great video which gives you a flavour of what homeschool looks like for mission kids in Thailand. Could you be their next teacher?
Seeing a new future for Ayutthaya
Ayutthaya was once a mighty capital. Now it is a forgotten provincial town - and one with scarcely any Christian witness. But a few SIM cross-cultural workers and their local partners see something new happening in Ayutthaya. Watch this video to hear more about their vision.
Numbers - Accounting as Mission
Accountant Veronica is amazed at how God is using her gifts and skills
Gospel hope transforms lives of addicted couple
Our partners in Mongolia are doing some astonishing gospel work among people with addictions, helping them out of their dependencies and into a living relationship with Jesus Christ. This is a first-person account of how one woman's life has been transformed.
Misheels university students present Christmas
Lecturer and SIM worker, Misheel, had the chance to answer questions about the gospel, all because her students chose an astonishing subject for their group projects: Christmas.
A noble job: Engaging the universities
Engaging the Universities is reaching students and faculty around the world to share God’s love with them. Find out what it's like to live out the gospel as a professor in Mongolia.
Loving the oppressor (and not only the oppressed)
The Bible talks about loving the oppressed – the widows and orphans, those who have suffered and have been treated unjustly. But what about loving the oppressors, the ones who have sinned against others? In Myanmar, the Bamar majority people are seen as oppressors and the perpetrators of some of the worst violations to human rights. These are the people Sandra and Tim want to share Jesus with.
‘Why did you leave New Zealand?’
When their neighbours ask, “Why did you leave New Zealand to work in our land?” Ben and Aislinn* reply with the truth: “Because we care about this country and love its people.”
The Taits serve Papua New Guinea
After a total of 11 years’ mission work in Papua New Guinea, Jill and Phil have seen God do "abundantly more than [they] expected.”
Food impact as mission
New Zealand's Good Neighbour rescues food as they point to the Saviour.
Erica aims for Doro
New Zealand nurse Erica Aarsen is trusting God through the COVID-19 pandemic as she waits to start a long-term placement at Doro Clinic in South Sudan.
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.
“Nothing I would rather do”
For Geoffrey, serving in cross-cultural mission is not limited to geography. He feels the burden to preach the good news, which is why he'll be leaving Kenya to minister in the UK.
The fork in the road
There's an untrodden road that leads to communities where Jesus isn't known. Watch this reflection on the old path behind and the new one ahead in Ethiopia.
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