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Chesoa's life was missing something. He was headed down a violent path when he heard a Sports Friends coach teach out of 1 Corinthians. The gospel miraculously changed Chesoa's life. He is now a Sports Friends coach himself and a minister of hope for youth in central Malawi.

Harriet's story

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.

Inspiring things are happening

SIM worker Mary Haile serves out of a church in central London. One of her ministries includes teaching English as a second language to students from all over the world. Students are exposed to the bible through these lessons, including one participant who made a life-changing decision to follow Christ.

It took a team to care for Nestor

A long and painful stay at Bembéréké Hospital in Benin led Nestor to Christ. It took a team of people to both care for him and share the gospel with him.

Alvaro sees the truth of Jesus

Alvaro had struggled with alcohol all his life but changed completely after being told about Jesus when he came for new glasses

New youth club shares the gospel

More than 40 young people in northern Ghana are hearing the gospel through an exciting new youth club in Tumu.

The fork in the road

There's an untrodden road that leads to communities where Jesus isn't known. Watch this reflection on the old path behind and the new one ahead in Ethiopia.

What do I do with the grief of war?

Every now and again, an event almost universally brings collective grief and mourning. Grief spills over and can’t be brushed aside.

You’re never late to God’s mission

At an age when most workers are celebrating many years on the field and well established in ministry, Cindylou Barclay was just being introduced to Christianity. Read her testimony of how God uses people to fulfil his mission outside of traditional timelines.

I can hear you

Addis, Yohannes, and Joseph lost their hearing during childhood. When they moved to Addis Adaba for better opportunities, they found it difficult to gain employment, as many in the Deaf community do. But that's when they encountered the water project "Minch," where SIM workers serve.

United for youth ministry as the Body of Christ

God is teaching youth ministry team El Sendero to work together to reach young people as the body of Christ, despite their diverse strategies. Find out how this wake up call came during a holiday gathering.

Support those in need in the Ukraine crisis

In light of war in Ukraine, we've gathered a list of like-minded organisations that are assisting those in need in the country and refugees in nearby countries.

Three cyclones leave Madagascar suffering

On the heels of a prolonged drought, Madagascar has now been accosted by three cyclones within a month’s time. Working with partners, our SIM team in the area is acting to distribute aid to, visit with, and pray for the survivors.

An unlikely brotherhood

Nadeem, who could've been justified in disliking a Christian family, instead tried to befriend them. And praise God ⁠— this led to him becoming family.

Care reaches Malawi camps of Cyclone Ana survivors

In late January, Cyclone Ana devasted southern Malawi and left approximately 90 relief camps throughout the region. SIM is working with partners to care for survivors who’ve long been battered by disaster.

Back to Brazil

Daniel and Isabete left the workforce and after decades away have returned to their home country of Brazil as mission workers. Read about their "second career" investing in both the local church and global ministry.

Equipping nomadic believers

A training centre for a nomadic group in West Africa was started to help believers develop skills to teach and mentor their own people. Hear the story of two brothers who came to know Christ and have gained a deeper understanding of God's Word at the centre.

Broken vessels witnessing God’s work

We can think missions is making Christ attractive by the excellence of our work. But what happens when our brokenness becomes apparent? A former missionary surgeon suddenly found himself in this scenario when he could no longer operate.

Uruguay immigrants are putting down New Roots

Uruguay has a large immigrant population, and students from the vocational programme at the Biblical Seminary of Uruguay, a partner of SIM, realised many foreigners were finding it difficult to adjust to their new home. New Roots ministry was formed to assist these newcomers!

Flying hope and healing with SIMAIR

Across West Africa, SIMAIR serves remote communities with medicines, safe transport and the gospel message.

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You are missing something

Chesoa's life was missing something. He was headed down a violent path when he heard a Sports Friends coach teach out of 1 Corinthians. The gospel miraculously changed Chesoa's life. He is now a Sports Friends coach himself and a minister of hope for youth in central Malawi.

Harriet's story

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.

Inspiring things are happening

SIM worker Mary Haile serves out of a church in central London. One of her ministries includes teaching English as a second language to students from all over the world. Students are exposed to the bible through these lessons, including one participant who made a life-changing decision to follow Christ.

It took a team to care for Nestor

A long and painful stay at Bembéréké Hospital in Benin led Nestor to Christ. It took a team of people to both care for him and share the gospel with him.

Alvaro sees the truth of Jesus

Alvaro had struggled with alcohol all his life but changed completely after being told about Jesus when he came for new glasses

New youth club shares the gospel

More than 40 young people in northern Ghana are hearing the gospel through an exciting new youth club in Tumu.

The fork in the road

There's an untrodden road that leads to communities where Jesus isn't known. Watch this reflection on the old path behind and the new one ahead in Ethiopia.

What do I do with the grief of war?

Every now and again, an event almost universally brings collective grief and mourning. Grief spills over and can’t be brushed aside.

You’re never late to God’s mission

At an age when most workers are celebrating many years on the field and well established in ministry, Cindylou Barclay was just being introduced to Christianity. Read her testimony of how God uses people to fulfil his mission outside of traditional timelines.

I can hear you

Addis, Yohannes, and Joseph lost their hearing during childhood. When they moved to Addis Adaba for better opportunities, they found it difficult to gain employment, as many in the Deaf community do. But that's when they encountered the water project "Minch," where SIM workers serve.

United for youth ministry as the Body of Christ

God is teaching youth ministry team El Sendero to work together to reach young people as the body of Christ, despite their diverse strategies. Find out how this wake up call came during a holiday gathering.

Support those in need in the Ukraine crisis

In light of war in Ukraine, we've gathered a list of like-minded organisations that are assisting those in need in the country and refugees in nearby countries.

Three cyclones leave Madagascar suffering

On the heels of a prolonged drought, Madagascar has now been accosted by three cyclones within a month’s time. Working with partners, our SIM team in the area is acting to distribute aid to, visit with, and pray for the survivors.

An unlikely brotherhood

Nadeem, who could've been justified in disliking a Christian family, instead tried to befriend them. And praise God ⁠— this led to him becoming family.

Care reaches Malawi camps of Cyclone Ana survivors

In late January, Cyclone Ana devasted southern Malawi and left approximately 90 relief camps throughout the region. SIM is working with partners to care for survivors who’ve long been battered by disaster.

Back to Brazil

Daniel and Isabete left the workforce and after decades away have returned to their home country of Brazil as mission workers. Read about their "second career" investing in both the local church and global ministry.

Equipping nomadic believers

A training centre for a nomadic group in West Africa was started to help believers develop skills to teach and mentor their own people. Hear the story of two brothers who came to know Christ and have gained a deeper understanding of God's Word at the centre.

Broken vessels witnessing God’s work

We can think missions is making Christ attractive by the excellence of our work. But what happens when our brokenness becomes apparent? A former missionary surgeon suddenly found himself in this scenario when he could no longer operate.

Uruguay immigrants are putting down New Roots

Uruguay has a large immigrant population, and students from the vocational programme at the Biblical Seminary of Uruguay, a partner of SIM, realised many foreigners were finding it difficult to adjust to their new home. New Roots ministry was formed to assist these newcomers!

Flying hope and healing with SIMAIR

Across West Africa, SIMAIR serves remote communities with medicines, safe transport and the gospel message.