Simon Stretton-Downes, serving long term in Liberia, is honoured with an OBE for services to dentistry in Africa.
Read why growing up in a community that had never heard the gospel gives SIM International Director Joshua Bogunjoko a heart for our pioneering Faithful Witness scheme.
Read how a SIM worker developed an online system to feed thousands of hungry families in Peru’s second largest city.
The mines of Potosi in Bolivia are dark places, but SIM believes no one is beyond the reach of God…
More than 40 leaders in UK churches and half a dozen SIM workers leading multicultural teams in the UK and overseas, met online to participate in the inaugural workshop of SIM UK’s intercultural ministry training. Tim McMahon reports…
In her role as Innovation Manager for SIM UK, Chloe Blainey says there are many exciting and creative possibilities of how the good news can be shared by the ‘next generation’ of mission workers
Covid-19 might have seemed like a major roadblock to her plans, but new mission worker Kara never stopped trusting in God’s perfect timing.
Over the past five years, SIM UK has seen how God has enabled us to fulfil our vision to work with churches to send and…
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.
Read how SIM is helping empower women in rural east Africa as workers share the gospel with a least-reached community, alongside compassionate healthcare.
Veronica and Samson will soon join a Faithful Witness team in Thailand, but their story of faith and of marriage began in an astonishing way.
SIM UK surgeon Ted Watts gives an update on exciting plans to ensure mission-centred medical ministry continues in Madagascar.
Find out how a SIM UK worker – one of a growing number of Tamajaq who have become Christians – is helping the gospel take root in the heart of his people.
When the pandemic closed down the country, 40 per cent of financial support trickled away for Kenyan mission workers Tony and Julia Mburu. Needing a fast solution to a shrinking bottom line, they revived an abandoned book-selling idea from years earlier.