Will he be proud of me
Following God is hard. Sometimes it’s at odds with our desire to make our family proud. But when we follow, we often get to see people come to faith in Christ. Read the testimony of one person who came to the Middle East and saw the family of God expand.
Welcome to Lebanon
As one blow after another assails this nation, the phrase above often carries the meaning: “There’s been another problem. This is life here, what did you expect? ” When Miriam* arrived in September to teach at a big Christian school near the capital, she learned many things fast.
Memories of Christmas where it all began
SIM worker Kate, serving in the Middle East, shares some Christmas memories of her ministry in regions where Christ was born and the church was founded.
Support Beirut during crisis aftermath
The massive explosion at Beirut’s port on 4 August has brought fresh devastation to the people of Lebanon. Find out how to help the immediate needs.
Harriet became a Christian after experiencing the love of Christ through both a christian neighbour and a mission worker. Harriet endured many trials after giving her life to Christ, but she continues to live as a faithful witness by sharing Christ with her family and reading the bible with local Christians.
Hilarys plan for pupils
Hilary, serving as a teacher in Namibia, is adjusting to an online classroom of 27 six-year-olds due to the pandemic lockdown. Find out how her ministry continues with some stark changes.
Lois fights to care for family
Lois*, a 50-year-old widow, has met severe difficulties, but since involvement with SIM’s HIV ministry, God has provided resources to sustain her during COVID and HIV complications.
Heaven through her computer screen
Read how God surprised leadership coach Mariah* during the pandemic, allowing her to connect with and train people from all over the world.
Building good relationships in a tough place
New relationships surprise an anonymous central Asia SIM worker.
‘Second chance’ pastor on track to see gospel growth
Hearing God's voice on a train led a businessman in the world of organised crime to become a Christian and church leader. Now, he wants to see the transforming grace he experienced touch the lives of others.
Economic and spiritual hope for North Africa
Missional business creates avenues for work and relationships to people in need
Engaging North Africa through missional business
There are few Christians in North Africa. They need brothers and sisters to come and stand with them. Read how Sub-Saharan Christians are indeed hearing the call from the North, “Come over and help us!” and are responding.
Opening doors through business in North Africa
Language and culture education business creates employment and ministry opportunities.
Q&A: Singleness in missions
SIM values all stages of life, and singleness is no exception. Find out about the unique needs and experiences of this group from SIM member Nancy.
Following Gods call to the Middle East
While many young people in their 20s move to new cities for their jobs, Will* has moved to a new continent. He is preparing to serve God in the Middle East.
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