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10 mission mistakes - and what we learned from them

10 mission mistakes - and what we learned from them

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.

125 years on, there's still gospel work to do in Nigeria

125 years on, there's still gospel work to do in Nigeria

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.

Pray for teachers at 3.25pm every day in February

Pray for teachers at 3.25pm every day in February

We're praying for teachers across the world throughout February - and we'd love you to join in.

Asha has the hope of dreams in south Asia

Asha has the hope of dreams in south Asia

After a few feverish weeks of wondering, Asha finally received her acceptance letter into nursing college. She was ecstatic!

Teenager Lucy explores her call to mission in Zambia

Teenager Lucy explores her call to mission in Zambia

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.

With God's help, Kumari is standing against giants in south Asia

With God's help, Kumari is standing against giants in south Asia

Kumari was very quiet when she first came to the after-care home where I serve as a social worker to girls who've been rescued from trafficking situations.

Walter Gowans, Thomas Kent and Rowland Bingham

Let's celebrate 125 years of pioneering mission - and look forward to many more

The very genesis of SIM 125 years ago encapsulates everything we still believe today.

Sian and Niall have their own anniversary to celebrate

Sian and Niall have their own anniversary to celebrate

As Serving In Mission looks forward to celebrating its 125th anniversary in 2018, Niall and Sian McCune will be celebrating their first wedding anniversary in Ethiopia.

Book now for our 2018 trauma healing training

Book now for our 2018 trauma healing training

How do people recover from trauma? Can the Bible help? What can the church do?