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The surprising ways God is at work in Bolivia

SIM has a commitment to the least reached people, where there is no gospel. In Bolivia this includes indigenous groups, rural residents and urban dwellers.

The road to Kayes

A young family is heading to Mali for the Faithful Witness initiative. Read on to find out about their preparation for the journey.

The piano bench ministry

Playing in an orchestra can open opportunities for heartfelt discussions about Jesus. Find out about Jill's "piano bench ministry."

The need for discipleship

Discipleship is vital for new believers and their personal growth in Christ. A missionary shares her experience.

The masked shiners of La Paz

SIM workers Randy and Dani Davis are establishing a church called Kayaparu ("at His feet") amongst one of Bolivia's least-reached communities — the shoe shiners of La Paz.

The day I encountered my own heart-language

Heather shares about a unique encounter with her own heart-language while language learning in Ghana.

The broadcast that dries Anibals tears

Finding himself downcast after a failed marriage, Anibal was touched by Radio Hope's messages.

The Story of Hope brings joy to rural Ecuador

Through the many stories in the Bible we see God at work and his plan of salvation through Jesus Christ unfolding across its pages.

The Quechua connection

A simple Quechua conversation in a hospital led to a couple committing their lives to Jesus. It also led to a resilient friendship at the perfect time.

The Pastors role in developing a missions-minded church

Working among an unreached people group is so important in developing a passion for mission in pastors and church leaders.

The Hassaniya people of the Kayes region of Mali

Imagine you were one of the only believers among your people. Your friends, neighbors and loved ones knew nothing of the forgiveness, salvation and beautiful promises of Jesus. How would you feel? This is the reality for Oumar*, a Hassaniya brother in Christ from Mali whose prayers have gone before the Lord for his people for many years.

The Gondeks serve Alto Refugio and Refugio Primavera

Johanna and Christoph had their professional lives mapped out in Germany. God shook up their plans and led them to Paraguay where they now thrive in new roles.

Telehealth ministry aids the hurting in South Asia during COVID-19

Read how SIM member Ingrid is using her physiotherapy skills through WhatsApp, while her husband Neil prays over the hurting.

Teachers: Affecting eternity, one student at a time

The education of missionary children is one of the greatest factors affecting a missionary’s duration, location and effectiveness. Read more about how teachers make it possible for missionary parents to stay on the field.

Tan and Izumi take the gospel from Japan to Tanzania

God led Tan and his family to Africa, though it took much time and prayer.

Taliban widow finds hope in Christ

One fateful day, after the violence came to her own doorstep, Aadab was left alone with two young children, no husband… and an opportunity to change her life. On that day, she realised she could only find safety for her family by escaping.

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.

Speaking without words

Sometimes I fail to realise that God is the One who is truly at work. He doesn’t need me to say a single word in Swahili to move in the lives around us.

Small town, big changes

The harvest is ripe in the rural area of Loja province. Read more about a couple in a small village finding freedom in Christ and about the challenges they face in their community.

Sharing the light of Christ with Filipino Muslims

It’s midday on a Tuesday. The day care for young children that Jo and two others run in a neighbourhood of Manila is coming to a close. Time for a break!

SIM Stories

The surprising ways God is at work in Bolivia

SIM has a commitment to the least reached people, where there is no gospel. In Bolivia this includes indigenous groups, rural residents and urban dwellers.

The road to Kayes

A young family is heading to Mali for the Faithful Witness initiative. Read on to find out about their preparation for the journey.

The piano bench ministry

Playing in an orchestra can open opportunities for heartfelt discussions about Jesus. Find out about Jill's "piano bench ministry."

The need for discipleship

Discipleship is vital for new believers and their personal growth in Christ. A missionary shares her experience.

The masked shiners of La Paz

SIM workers Randy and Dani Davis are establishing a church called Kayaparu ("at His feet") amongst one of Bolivia's least-reached communities — the shoe shiners of La Paz.

The day I encountered my own heart-language

Heather shares about a unique encounter with her own heart-language while language learning in Ghana.

The broadcast that dries Anibals tears

Finding himself downcast after a failed marriage, Anibal was touched by Radio Hope's messages.

The Story of Hope brings joy to rural Ecuador

Through the many stories in the Bible we see God at work and his plan of salvation through Jesus Christ unfolding across its pages.

The Quechua connection

A simple Quechua conversation in a hospital led to a couple committing their lives to Jesus. It also led to a resilient friendship at the perfect time.

The Pastors role in developing a missions-minded church

Working among an unreached people group is so important in developing a passion for mission in pastors and church leaders.

The Hassaniya people of the Kayes region of Mali

Imagine you were one of the only believers among your people. Your friends, neighbors and loved ones knew nothing of the forgiveness, salvation and beautiful promises of Jesus. How would you feel? This is the reality for Oumar*, a Hassaniya brother in Christ from Mali whose prayers have gone before the Lord for his people for many years.

The Gondeks serve Alto Refugio and Refugio Primavera

Johanna and Christoph had their professional lives mapped out in Germany. God shook up their plans and led them to Paraguay where they now thrive in new roles.

Telehealth ministry aids the hurting in South Asia during COVID-19

Read how SIM member Ingrid is using her physiotherapy skills through WhatsApp, while her husband Neil prays over the hurting.

Teachers: Affecting eternity, one student at a time

The education of missionary children is one of the greatest factors affecting a missionary’s duration, location and effectiveness. Read more about how teachers make it possible for missionary parents to stay on the field.

Tan and Izumi take the gospel from Japan to Tanzania

God led Tan and his family to Africa, though it took much time and prayer.

Taliban widow finds hope in Christ

One fateful day, after the violence came to her own doorstep, Aadab was left alone with two young children, no husband… and an opportunity to change her life. On that day, she realised she could only find safety for her family by escaping.

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.

Speaking without words

Sometimes I fail to realise that God is the One who is truly at work. He doesn’t need me to say a single word in Swahili to move in the lives around us.

Small town, big changes

The harvest is ripe in the rural area of Loja province. Read more about a couple in a small village finding freedom in Christ and about the challenges they face in their community.

Sharing the light of Christ with Filipino Muslims

It’s midday on a Tuesday. The day care for young children that Jo and two others run in a neighbourhood of Manila is coming to a close. Time for a break!