High-impact connections: Reaching university students for Christ
Universities are places where the faith of Christians is put to the test. Christian students need to know they are not alone and how to share the gospel with their classmates.
Hang up your capes: Jesus is the real hero of the faith
Are we putting missionaries on a pedestal? Mission work isn't unattainable — find out more about how all Jesus followers can be faithful witnesses.
Gods plan for devastated Doro
Missionaries returned to the South Sudan settlement of Doro, just three months after the compound was destroyed by fighting between rival armed groups.
God listens: Reed & the Ecuadorian Deaf community
Reed encountered the Deaf in Ecuador. What he found was astonishing — and calls for Jesus followers to serve this isolated group.
God has taught us to pray
Koreans Sung and Jae Ok Lee run the Rhizha Prayer and Retreat Centre near Jos, Nigeria. Since 2004 they have worked with the Evangelical Missionary Society, training missionaries and offering them a beautiful place to pray.
Go and preach: Kaisas call
Latinos for global missions! Read about a young Ecuadorian impacted by God, ministering to students of his home country, and preparing for missions.
From the top of Mt. Kilimanjaro
I awoke to the sound of the wind howling through camp. The walls of my tent shook violently as I glanced at my watch. It was just after midnight; in about an hour, our team would make the final push for Uhuru Peak, the summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro in Tanzania — Africa’s tallest mountain.
From the overpass to the job market
Twice Lily found herself standing on the overpass, wondering what to do with her life and how to make ends meet, as busy city traffic whizzed underneath. But God was about to do something good in Lily's life through CUP (Children's Uplift Program).
From nations to the nations
The Harvest Worker project is helping mobilise those who are ready to go to serve in South Sudan.
Forty-year Monkolé Bible translation project nears end
The long process of translating the Bible into Monkolé, a language indigenous to northern Benin, is drawing to a close.
Equipped and edified
Daniel started this course for young leaders with little expectations. But, on top of the ministry focused training, it turned out to be a life-changing personal experience.
Embracing the Paraguayan Deaf
Shirley Anne once saw a significant need among the Deaf. Now she shares Jesus with them in long-term ministry. Read about her journey.
Ecuador earthquake disaster relief: One month later
God is at work, even through the aftermath of the destructive 7.8 magnitude earthquake that struck coastal Ecuador on April 16.
Ecuador and Ghana: Cross-cultural friendship produces a great harvest
Thomas responded to his missionary call after meeting an Ecuadorian mission team whose presence in Ghana spoke to him deeply — and they challenged him to go where Christ has not been known.
Dickens is spared for a purpose in Kenya
As his home life turned sour, Dickens decided that the streets were a better option for him. In just eight months, his environment turned him from a soft-spoken boy to a hardened thief.
Delivered from overdose by Jesus
Edgar considered Jesus and spent time with Christians, but he also experimented with drugs. Soon, he feared for his life.
Dee helps Zambian women launch ‘Mama Hygiene business
Dee has helped with a business initiative, which makes soap with a group of ladies in Kasempa, Zambia, and trains hospitals in hygienic practices while sharing the gospel.
Cyclone Idai has brought devastation to parts of Mozambique
Cyclone Idai has brought devastation to parts of Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi. SIM’s Disaster Relief Fund is being mobilised to help survivors.
Crossing barriers with coffee
A cup of coffee is so much more than a person's preferences of milk or sugar. Inviting a friend to share a cup of coffee is inviting someone to share life, the highs and the lows, and everything in between.
Could you be the gospel worker to help refugees in northern Greece
God's people are at work in Greece, helping the thousands of people arriving from the Middle East.
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