Partners in media ministry
A couple serving in Kenya helped refugee churches produce more than 100 sermons in five different languages.
A missional legacy
Luke and Laura's work with Faithful Witness in Chad may be a fresh start and pioneering ministry, but they have a long heritage in ministry.
Raindrops on tin roofs
People in Niger said the sound of raindrops on tin roofs at night, instead of bringing comfort, now brought fear and dread. And SIM partner Pastor Amos was exhausted.
Three projects get one home
Three SIM projects in a South Asian country will soon unite on a single property with new facilities once the construction winds down.
Evangelist risks much to provide relief
The evangelist looked me in the eye and asked me very seriously, “Are you remembering to pray for me?” Then, I found out why he so earnestly sought an answer.
Teacher Naomi copes during the pandemic
Naomi has experienced surprise school closures, food shortages, temporary ‘don’t go out’ rules, nearby epidemics and sudden relocations. But with the arrival of COVID-19, she feared what would happen to her ministry.
He saw it himself
God is showing himself. Just ask the SIM workers who walk the villages and refugee camps in South Sudan.
Sprucing up Zoom youth group
Engaging young people in a church setting is difficult during the pandemic, but youth leaders in Latin America have begun to share ideas to make Bible study and fellowship captivating again.
Aunty Dinah the ambassador
The story of the Kasena people of Chiana, Ghana, demonstrates how God is moving in the hearts of a formally unreached people group.
Peace of mind
Faithful Witness worker and mental healthcare professional Ann serves in the rural villages of central Africa. There, just like in the rest of the world, people are desperate for peace of mind.
A movement from South to North
Pastor Joe has discipled many like Myriam in the North. But he needs more to join the team. Read about his ministry with Faithful Witness.
Sophia’s childhood dreams
Jesus’ gracious gift of salvation inspires many people to charitable acts, especially during the holidays. But would you let someone you don’t know cut your hair? Or be prepared to give a haircut to a trusting soul?
Room to grow
Construction has restarted on building a new training centre that will help SIM workers in a South Asian country reach more people with the gospel.
Willing hearts: Education in South Asia
How did so many gifted teachers end up serving at our partner school in South Asia? Find out from these three teachers.
Words on wheels
Just as “the feet of those who bring good news” are beautiful, so is SIM's book van that transports the Word of God throughout Pakistani villages.
Yom Bible published after almost 70 years
A ship bearing 4,000 copies of the Yom Bible arrived in Benin’s Cotonou Port at the beginning of August, marking the completion of an almost 70-year translation project.
Fighting for purity
There is a rising challenge to fight for Christ-like purity and resist sexual sin. Read about how SIM Ecuador has formed accountability groups to support young people as they strive in holiness.
Tiyamike sews COVID-19 protective gear
Thousands of COVID-19 face masks and protective gear are being made by women from Tiyamike, an SIM sewing programme in Malawi.
Italy refugees jeopardised by pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic has intensified the struggle for survival that displaced people face in Italy. Read about the current needs of this demographic and how you can help.
Sports Friends Peru alleviates hunger during COVID-19
SIM’s project to feed impoverished families in Peru during the pandemic is growing swiftly in Lima.
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