With Mothers' Day being celebrated on Sunday, we decided to look at the role of a missionary mum. We spoke with several women to uncover the struggle to balance motherhood and...
Modern Bangladesh has many similarities with the country Serving In Mission’s founding fathers encountered in 1893.
Pioneering mission comes in all shapes and sizes — just ask Jonny Anderson, who has spent the last three years learning the South American language Quechua.
The challenges of sharing the gospel with people who do not know Jesus have barely changed in 125 years. Here, one of our gospel workers in Egypt shares what he has learned....
We not only want to celebrate 125 years of pioneering mission in 2018, we also want to recognise and confess that we have made mistakes.
More than half the 180 million people in Nigeria would today claim to be Christians — a fitting testament to the work of SIM’s founders and others.
We're praying for teachers across the world throughout February - and we'd love you to join in.
After a few feverish weeks of wondering, Asha finally received her acceptance letter into nursing college. She was ecstatic!
Lucy Beaton’s heart for mission was set ablaze when she was just 12 by the astonishing stories of committed Christian women who took the gospel to the world.
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