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Tony Thompson, who started Hope Church in Luton 18 years ago, reflects on the ongoing challenge of leading a multicultural church and how SIM UK can help with this ministry.
The commitment to see God’s word spread in Niger will be the hallmark of Jonathan and Elaine Burts’ ministry as they retire to the UK…
Covid could not thwart God’s plan to bring Ram Strestha and his wife Keshari, from South Asia, to serve in the UK.
Simon Stretton-Downes, serving long term in Liberia, is honoured with an OBE for services to dentistry in Africa.
A mission training school is preparing new believers in Europe for refugee ministry in their communities.
Read the amazing conversion story of Tambaya Ibrahim, who travels across Niger to preach to the Fulani people.
SIM UK surgeon Ted Watts gives an update on exciting plans to ensure mission-centred medical ministry continues in Madagascar.
Discover how our five-day Orientation programme introduces our workers to some important areas they need to keep learning and growing in, as they start serving in mission.
Read how one SIM couple are helping job seekers in the aftermath of Covid-19.
‘We are stewards of God’s money and we have a responsibility to spend it wisely’
Siegfried Ngubane, SIM’s Regional Director for Southern Africa, says the gospel is not confined to any single nation or tongue.
The story of the Kasena people of Chiana, Ghana, demonstrates how God is moving in the hearts of a formally unreached people group
‘People of prayer’ and ‘Dependent on God’ are two of SIM’s core values and we are thankful for local churches who are pivotal partners for…
“As in most relationships here, it doesn’t take long for religion to come up in workplace conversations,” explains Barry*, a businessman who is sharing the…
Within months of arriving in Nigeria, the coronavirus pandemic forced Paul and Tricia Todd, sent from High Kirk Presbyterian Church in Ballymena, Northern Ireland, to…
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