The nine year secondary education
Four years. That is how long it should have taken. But nine years after starting at Sudan Interior Church (SIC) School, the first students have finally graduated from their secondary school education.
Joy in the face of death
SIM worker Walter serves with Life Challenge Africa in Kenya, which seeks to show Christ’s love to Muslim neighbours. He recounts his unique experience as a COVID-19 patient and the grace God provided him during suffering.
‘Strengthened through diversity’ in the SIM global family
SIM International Director Joshua Bogunjoko reflects on our value of diversity in teams and what that means for our perceptions and perspectives.
Will you pray with me for Ethiopia?
Fighting in Ethiopia’s northern Tigray region has resulted in death and a sea of people displaced from their homes. If you find your tongue is nimble enough to speak, would you pray with us?
Missional fair-trade shop opens in US
While many businesses have been disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic, an SIM missional business that partners with Latin American artisans has opened a fair-trade shop in the US.
Pastor Quaye sees his listeners
Pastor Sebastian Quaye took up the challenge of visiting the region he broadcasts to in the Grebo language for SIM Liberia’s ELWA Radio. It took nearly four days of round the clock travel by taxi, motorcycle, and on foot to reach Plebo City, Maryland County but every moment was worth it.
God in the everyday
Mercy Kambura, a writer for AfriGO, SIM and AIM's publication mobilising the African church for mission, finds stories in the mundane, exactly where God is working. Hear how her gift furthers the kingdom.
Running water today, living water tomorrow
Faithful Witness worker Peter noticed a need for safe drinking water in his new West African home. By providing a source, the team believes God is using this to open people’s hearts to the gospel.
Like the widow knocking, Tanzanian team hopes for return
It takes a certain toughness to keep praying the same old prayer. SIM's team who once worked in Tanzania have encountered this kind of test as they pray to return to the place God's called them.
Curiosity after class
SIM worker Wade* found himself with a rare opportunity after he offered to discuss the Kingdom of God with his elementary level English class. One of his students, who is Muslim, said, “This is a really interesting topic ... Could we discuss this in the morning?”
Luis finds hope in our Redeemer
Luis struggled with alcoholism but found support in a local church and SIM. Read about how he began to understand who God is and started to heal.
Disability in Kenya: Reaching out to the Hidden and Forgotten
Life is tough for families coping with disabilities in Kenya. Working with the local church, Sports Friends Kenya believes it can make a long-term transformation in their lives.
Grieve Memorial Clinic video
The Grieve Memorial Clinic in Doro, South Sudan, holistically serves the needs of more than 100,000 South Sudanese refugees and Mabaan people.
South Sudan Water Project video
The South Sudan Water Project has been installing, maintaining and repairing boreholes that provide clean water for more than 20,000 people in Doro. Easier access, cleaner water.
Stories that matter
Tim Coleman heard God’s voice saying “Go tell stories that matter.” That's what he seeks to do along our SIM Stories team: tell stories that transform and shift our hearts closer to the heart of God.
Traditionally, Prabhouti should have married years ago. Girls in her village are married early – sometimes as young as twelve years old – just like their mothers were before them.
From SIM ministry to SIM partner
The Anchor for Generations ministry began six years ago as an extension of SIM Ethiopia’s Hope for Life network. Now the ministry has grown to be self-sufficient and led by the local association of churches!
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