Sewing seeds of hope
SIM worker Sarah Hopkins combines her creative sewing skills and therapy training to help people living in the Cape Town townships recover from trauma and discover hope in the gospel.
Children's and Youth Ministry
The population of Botswana has a large proportion of young people, and there is great opportunity to reach them through sports ministry, schools work, early childhood development centres and mental health support.
By faith, we see every person in Botswana having the opportunity to respond to the good news, growing in obedience to God, and becoming part of a local church fellowship.
Hospital seeks to serve more mums
Delivering new life into the world is an incredible blessing, but it can be devastating if the right care is not available. That's why staff at the SIM hopsital in Mandritsara, Madagascar, are seeking to expand their capacity to reach more mums-to-be and live up to their name: 'Good News'.
An audience with Angola’s president
SIM Canada’s Dr Stephen Foster, who has served in Angola for 42 years, shares about an opportunity for collaboration between the government and the church.
Opening doors through business ministries
Knowing God has uniquely gifted each of us to help share the gospel, SIM Business Ministries harnesses workplace skills to reach out where other mission models cannot.
Gospel refuge for Ethiopia’s hidden children
When a couple could find no help for their disabled daughter in northern Ethiopia, they immediately saw a gap for gospel ministry. Now under new leadership, Hidden Abilities continues to bring practical care and spiritual hope to children often otherwise neglected or shunned.
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What was spoken in the light
A vital truth remembered from seminary helps a couple, called to minister to least reached people in Asia, face the challenges on their journey.
Transformational Teaching videos now on sim.org
What does it mean to be a Christian teacher? After thinking and teaching about this for many years, SIM’s Megan Patterson has captured all her learning in a series of nine excellent short videos, now available on sim.org.
Highest Honour / S.H.I.N.E. Africa Discipleship and Counselling
'Highest Honour' and 'S.H.I.N.E. Africa' desire to fill the current gap in training and materials that can bring deep heart-transforming biblical discipleship in African shame-oriented contexts.
Theological and Medical Training
In Botswana, theological and medical training are both areas where mission workers can help to support existing structures, bringing valuable Christian understanding and knowledge.
Remote Area Dweller Ministry
The San are considered to have the oldest culture in the world. Our aim is to complete the Bible translation and oral translation of Bible stories into the San language of !Xoon.
Mobilisation and Evangelism
In order to take the message of Christ to the least-reached in Botswana and around the world, we are currently focusing on the mobilisation of local Christians for mission work, evangelism to Asian expatriate workers, and the establishment of a Christian resource centre.
The man who won't give up
Pastor Lesantan has been defying expectations for a while now, growing crops in a land where most think it impossible. Read how, despite a recent drought, he continues to see life in the greenhouse of God’s grace.
Transforming the life of a widow
Thanks to God's work through Operation Neighbour Care in Zimbabwe, read how Sharon moved out of poverty to find dignity and hope as an entrepreneur market gardener.
Mobilising relief after Cyclone Freddy devastation
One of the worst tropical cyclones in Malawi’s history, Cyclone Freddy has caused devastation across the country. Find out what SIM is doing to bring relief for the many who are affected, and how you can help.
Sammy* finds new gospel voice with the young
Having struggled for five years to connect with people in the local language, a mission worker finally finds a voice through the young people he is investing into.
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