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Here are the latest news updates from SIM UK. We also produce a quarterly magazine called "Serving Him" and a weekly prayer email to help you stay in touch.

Your gifts of love

19 November 2020

Your generous donations helped SIM come to the rescue of two rural hospitals in southern Africa during COVID-19.

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Good news is spreading from Ethiopia to London

17 November 2020

Meron Haile joins our pioneering Engage programme, designed to help UK churches share the gospel with cross-cultural communities on their doorstep.

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Loving your neighbour in lockdown

10 November 2020

A pastor shares how his church joined forces with a charity to help those in need during COVID-19.

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Life-saving supplies help fight the virus

3 November 2020

Read how donations from supporters helped Serving In Mission protect the people of Egbe, Nigeria.

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Neither here nor there

27 October 2020

Read a Q&A with Cheryl Gibson, SIM UK’s Third Culture Kid Coordinator.

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You’ve got mail

22 October 2020

Paula Beaton’s God-given gifts to provide administrative support within Serving In Mission are put to good use to encourage others during COVID-19.

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You will be my witnesses

15 October 2020

Read about SIM’s Faithful Witness initiative to share the gospel with people who have never heard of Jesus Christ.

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‘Aunty Dinah is truly an ambassador for Christ’

7 October 2020

The story of the Kasena people of Chiana, Ghana, demonstrates how God is moving in the hearts of a formally unreached people group

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‘How I coped during COVID-19

1 October 2020

During her four-and-a-half years in Madagascar, teacher Naomi Coleman has experienced surprise school closures, random food shortages, temporary ‘don’t go out’ rules, nearby epidemics and…

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Voice of hope among the Hassaniya

30 September 2020

The stirring story of a family living among the Hassaniya-speaking Moors in Mali, west Africa, as part of a new Faithful Witness team.

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A beacon of hope for the future

24 September 2020

Read about The Good News Hospital in Madagascar’s exciting new vision to train Malagasy surgeons and secure its future.

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Raising a family on the mission field

16 September 2020

On any given weekend, *Rachel and Joshua take their sons to the desert and visit archaeological ruins where the children can run around and dig…

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Urgent: Flooding in Niger

7 September 2020

Severe flooding has covered Sahel Academy and the Bible school in more than five feet of water…

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Knowing where we’re going

4 September 2020

For the past six years, Keith Walker has been part of Serving In Mission’s International Leadership as Global Director for Strategic Development. Here, he shares…

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‘I’m so excited to see what the next 15 years will hold’

4 September 2020

As Bingham Academy in Ethiopia prepares to reopen on September 22, SIM UK worker Theresa Ebrahim-Adem says she has never felt “so at home” anywhere…

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How the gospel lens can fix our ‘cultural blindness’

26 August 2020

Riots in the USA over Black Lives Matter; a strident social media backlash in the UK – surely the dynamics driving this ugly clash aren’t…

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A tale of two cities

26 August 2020

Mapping intercultural ministry in the UK ‘Just because we live in a place, doesn’t mean we always know what’s going on,’ admitted one church leader…

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