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A way in the desert for widows

After their husband's death, widows in Burkina Faso were often left on their own with no material or moral support. Many times their in-laws would take their children or even accuse them for the death of their husband, saying that they had a "bad spirit."

A rare gospel opportunity: Teaching at Murree

Nick recounts what a priceless opportunity it was to teach at a high-quality Christian school in Pakistan.

A radio programme changed my life

"Waves of Hope" radio ministry makes a difference to many people in Loja, Ecuador. Read why we want to expand this radio ministry and about Klever's story.

A noble job: Engaging the universities

Engaging the Universities is reaching students and faculty around the world to share God’s love with them. Find out what it's like to live out the gospel as a professor in Mongolia.

A new wave of Latino missionaries

Nearly every Latino candidate I meet wants to work in the unreached places of the world and do some of the hardest work. God is raising up a new wave of missionaries in South America, and we are joyfully equipping them for service and sending them to these unreached areas.

A holiday trim

Jesus’ gracious gift of salvation inspires many people to charitable acts, especially during the holidays. But would you let someone you don’t know cut your hair? Or be prepared to give a haircut to a trusting soul?

A friendship sculpted by God

God's hand is clearly on the friendship between the Wards and Frealem, and it all started with a common love of pottery.

A child of war becomes a man of peace

Joseph Kur was a boy soldier in the Sudanese Civil War, both witnessing and committing terrible acts while still a child.

A ceramic community and Gods perfect providence

Cera is a small ceramic community in the rural area of Loja Province. Read more about how God brought the Barbee family there to launch a missional business with a small group of believers who are eager to make an impact in their own community.

SIM Stories

A way in the desert for widows

After their husband's death, widows in Burkina Faso were often left on their own with no material or moral support. Many times their in-laws would take their children or even accuse them for the death of their husband, saying that they had a "bad spirit."

A rare gospel opportunity: Teaching at Murree

Nick recounts what a priceless opportunity it was to teach at a high-quality Christian school in Pakistan.

A radio programme changed my life

"Waves of Hope" radio ministry makes a difference to many people in Loja, Ecuador. Read why we want to expand this radio ministry and about Klever's story.

A noble job: Engaging the universities

Engaging the Universities is reaching students and faculty around the world to share God’s love with them. Find out what it's like to live out the gospel as a professor in Mongolia.

A new wave of Latino missionaries

Nearly every Latino candidate I meet wants to work in the unreached places of the world and do some of the hardest work. God is raising up a new wave of missionaries in South America, and we are joyfully equipping them for service and sending them to these unreached areas.

A holiday trim

Jesus’ gracious gift of salvation inspires many people to charitable acts, especially during the holidays. But would you let someone you don’t know cut your hair? Or be prepared to give a haircut to a trusting soul?

A friendship sculpted by God

God's hand is clearly on the friendship between the Wards and Frealem, and it all started with a common love of pottery.

A child of war becomes a man of peace

Joseph Kur was a boy soldier in the Sudanese Civil War, both witnessing and committing terrible acts while still a child.

A ceramic community and Gods perfect providence

Cera is a small ceramic community in the rural area of Loja Province. Read more about how God brought the Barbee family there to launch a missional business with a small group of believers who are eager to make an impact in their own community.