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A missional legacy

Luke and Laura's work with Faithful Witness in Chad may be a fresh start and pioneering ministry, but they have a long heritage in ministry.

Raindrops on tin roofs

People in Niger said the sound of raindrops on tin roofs at night, instead of bringing comfort, now brought fear and dread. And SIM partner Pastor Amos was exhausted.

Bible study aids attract wide audience in Malawi

What started as a solution to a specific need in the Africa Evangelical Church (AEC) has led to high-quality Bible study and devotional books for many denominations throughout Malawi.

Three projects get one home

Three SIM projects in a South Asian country will soon unite on a single property with new facilities once the construction winds down.

Evangelist risks much to provide relief

The evangelist looked me in the eye and asked me very seriously, “Are you remembering to pray for me?” Then, I found out why he so earnestly sought an answer.

Teacher Naomi copes during the pandemic

Naomi has experienced surprise school closures, food shortages, temporary ‘don’t go out’ rules, nearby epidemics and sudden relocations. But with the arrival of COVID-19, she feared what would happen to her ministry.

He saw it himself

God is showing himself. Just ask the SIM workers who walk the villages and refugee camps in South Sudan.

Sprucing up Zoom youth group

Engaging young people in a church setting is difficult during the pandemic, but youth leaders in Latin America have begun to share ideas to make Bible study and fellowship captivating again.

Erica aims for Doro

New Zealand nurse Erica Aarsen is trusting God through the COVID-19 pandemic as she waits to start a long-term placement at Doro Clinic in South Sudan.

Missional fair-trade shop opens in US

While many businesses have been disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic, an SIM missional business that partners with Latin American artisans has opened a fair-trade shop in the US.

Aunty Dinah the ambassador

The story of the Kasena people of Chiana, Ghana, demonstrates how God is moving in the hearts of a formally unreached people group.

An audience with Angola’s president

SIM Canada’s Dr Stephen Foster, who has served in Angola for 42 years, shares about an opportunity for collaboration between the government and the church.

Peace of mind

Faithful Witness worker and mental healthcare professional Ann serves in the rural villages of central Africa. There, just like in the rest of the world, people are desperate for peace of mind.

Peter takes refugee ministry online

Weeks into the pandemic, #HowWillTheyHear worker Peter launched five online groups for refugees to study the Bible and grow as disciples.

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.

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.

A movement from South to North

Pastor Joe has discipled many like Myriam in the North. But he needs more to join the team. Read about his ministry with Faithful Witness.

From affected to involved to infected

Julieta Murillo, director of SIM Latin America, contracted COVID-19, suffered, and recovered with the Lord's help. Read her account.

Sophia’s childhood dreams

As a little girl, Sophia* developed two loves: South Asian culture and animals. She could see how one of those passions fed into missions but not the other ... till God showed her.

Hand me the chalk

A primary school carries on even after funds dry up and missionaries leave. Read on to hear how God has given them amazing endurance.

Related stories

A missional legacy

Luke and Laura's work with Faithful Witness in Chad may be a fresh start and pioneering ministry, but they have a long heritage in ministry.

Raindrops on tin roofs

People in Niger said the sound of raindrops on tin roofs at night, instead of bringing comfort, now brought fear and dread. And SIM partner Pastor Amos was exhausted.

Bible study aids attract wide audience in Malawi

What started as a solution to a specific need in the Africa Evangelical Church (AEC) has led to high-quality Bible study and devotional books for many denominations throughout Malawi.

Three projects get one home

Three SIM projects in a South Asian country will soon unite on a single property with new facilities once the construction winds down.

Evangelist risks much to provide relief

The evangelist looked me in the eye and asked me very seriously, “Are you remembering to pray for me?” Then, I found out why he so earnestly sought an answer.

Teacher Naomi copes during the pandemic

Naomi has experienced surprise school closures, food shortages, temporary ‘don’t go out’ rules, nearby epidemics and sudden relocations. But with the arrival of COVID-19, she feared what would happen to her ministry.

He saw it himself

God is showing himself. Just ask the SIM workers who walk the villages and refugee camps in South Sudan.

Sprucing up Zoom youth group

Engaging young people in a church setting is difficult during the pandemic, but youth leaders in Latin America have begun to share ideas to make Bible study and fellowship captivating again.

Erica aims for Doro

New Zealand nurse Erica Aarsen is trusting God through the COVID-19 pandemic as she waits to start a long-term placement at Doro Clinic in South Sudan.

Missional fair-trade shop opens in US

Mientras que muchos negocios han sido afectados por la pandemia de COVID-19, un negocio como misión de SIM que se asocia con artesanos latinoamericanos, ha abierto una tienda de comercio justo en los Estados Unidos.

Aunty Dinah the ambassador

The story of the Kasena people of Chiana, Ghana, demonstrates how God is moving in the hearts of a formally unreached people group.

An audience with Angola’s president

SIM Canada’s Dr Stephen Foster, who has served in Angola for 42 years, shares about an opportunity for collaboration between the government and the church.

Peace of mind

Faithful Witness worker and mental healthcare professional Ann serves in the rural villages of central Africa. There, just like in the rest of the world, people are desperate for peace of mind.

Peter takes refugee ministry online

Weeks into the pandemic, #HowWillTheyHear worker Peter launched five online groups for refugees to study the Bible and grow as disciples.

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.

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.

A movement from South to North

Pastor Joe has discipled many like Myriam in the North. But he needs more to join the team. Read about his ministry with Faithful Witness.

From affected to involved to infected

Julieta Murillo, director of SIM Latin America, contracted COVID-19, suffered, and recovered with the Lord's help. Read her account.

Sophia’s childhood dreams

As a little girl, Sophia* developed two loves: South Asian culture and animals. She could see how one of those passions fed into missions but not the other ... till God showed her.

Hand me the chalk

A primary school carries on even after funds dry up and missionaries leave. Read on to hear how God has given them amazing endurance.