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“It was here in a watercolour class that God used colour and line — and women who didn’t even know him — to heal my heart.”
No business, big or small, escaped the impact of Covid-19, creating a challenge for many of our missional business people.
Sunday school materials translated into Arabic are providing the foundation for the next generation of gospel workers in the Middle East.
Read how our commitment to biblical truth helps SIM embrace diversity.
The Lord is opening doors for sub-Saharan Africans to live and serve in North Africa.
The call to mission runs deep in surgeon Ted Watts.
In a rural village in northern Thailand, God placed a burden on pastor Nong’s heart to find a way to share Jesus with the local teenagers who often gathered together to play football.
A semi-retired doctor recalls the highs and lows of her two short-term medical missions in West Africa.
Introducing someone to Jesus who knows nothing about him, and who has probably been told that Christianity is false and the Bible is corrupt, takes time.
Anaïs encounters people with amazing, yet heart-breaking stories in her ministry, but tries to see God at work in each and every one.
Meet a couple with a real heart to share their faith with a multicultural community in Manchester.
Intercultural churches are not a blueprint, they’re an outcome of living out Jesus’ teaching, says Steve Smith UK Director