God's the boss: Sarindra's story
Sarindra was amazed when God, having saved him from alcoholism, asked him to join in the work of spreading the gospel, not as a pastor, but as a technician. Read or listen to his story here.
By faith and through prayer, SIM Liberia sees growing and mature disciples of Jesus loving their neighbours through healthcare, education and service ministries and loving God in worship and obedience.
ELWA paediatric and malnutrition programmes save lives
As a new SIM project - 'Sustaining God’s Children' - is established to support essential paediatric services at ELWA Hospital, Liberia, discover how this vital provision is saving lives and showing gospel compassion.
Devotion music video brings young people into mission
Popular French band Devotion join with SIM France to inspire a new generation of gospel-carriers to 'Go', with a specially created song and music video now being shared on social media.
As we begin 10 days of prayer together, our SIM South Sudan team have written a prayer for the nation they serve. Join them as they pray.
SIM Angola partners with churches to make disciples of Christ in communities where He is least known through diverse ministries, with a focus on training and mentoring individuals and groups in a culturally, linguistically and economically diverse environment.
'Convinced!' Bible Study
Hospitality erases sorrow
Hospitality is a high quality in the West African culture. As SIM Canada explore the power of hospitality, Lucia Eberle shares lessons learned during 10 years of ministry with the Dorcas ministry in Niger.
We clinic by faith
Despite many trials, God has always provided for SIM's clinic in Doro, South Sudan. Even as their clinic doctor moves on to a new challenge, their attitude is an encouragement to all who work by faith.
ESWA awards its first degrees
The first ever graduates of the recently established Evangelical Seminary of West Africa have been awarded their degrees. Based in Congotown, ESWA is the first interdenominational evangelical seminary in Liberia to offer a master’s degree.
Kids swim for Cyclone Freddy relief
Shocked by the devastating effects of March's Cyclone Freddy in southern Malawi, three young children have used their love of swimming to raise funds for the relief effort. Find out how they got on, and how you could get involved.
Milestone as Manya New Testament translation completed
The words of the Bible in a people group's own language is a huge step towards them hearing and truly understanding the gospel. There are currently still over 2000 languages without a Bible, but John-Mark and Sara Sheppard, mission workers with SIM in Liberia, recently saw the completion of the New Testment translated into the Manya language.
Therapist’s skills are doors to hidden hearts
An SIM occupational therapist finds relationships formed through working with autisic children and their mums are doorways for the gospel in the culturally complex and politically sensitive Middle East.
Come back next month
When the answers we seek don't come quickly it can be tempting to give up. A woman's decision to keep coming back to SIM's Doro clinic reminds us of the importance of faith.
When He speaks peace: Pray for Sudan
Saturday April 15, 2023 brought war to the country of Sudan. Join us as we pray to the Prince of peace for all who are displaced and all who mourn.
'Upper Zoom': SIM workers gather online to pray
On the very first ascension day, Jesus’ followers went straight from the mountain into their upper room to pray together. This ascension day, SIM workers from around the world did the same – not in a room, but on Zoom.
Restoring hope and bringing life
God showed the Maphosas and the Haddads that children in southern Africa need good foundations for living healthy lives and avoiding dangerous illnesses. They've now helped more than 20,000 children across the region! Read about their work.
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