The fork in the road

By Neil Sandoz | Ethiopia in East Africa

SIM is old.

Over a hundred years ago a group of mission workers found themselves at a fork in the road. They went one way, and to this day, there's been much fruit. But many are remembering that fork in the road and are curious where the other way leads.

There's an untrodden road that leads to communities where Jesus isn't known.

Join the team headed there.

Send a message to ethiopia.ministry@sim.org to start the conversation.


Video produced by SIM Stories | East Africa

Original music by Kibreab Tassew

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