Here are all the news posts tagged "Equipping":
In 2019, SIM launched a building project to help create disciples in a country where Christians are in the minority. Give thanks that it’s now come to fruition.
For more than 30 years, Paul Todd has strived to help God’s kingdom grow in West Africa through his work to help provide books that encourage Nigerian Christians in their faith, witness, and ministries.
Ministers of the gospel of peace continue to be encouraged and equipped as Odesa Bible College begins a new term.
Read how SIM is helping a headmaster be an ambassador for Christ in his rural school in Benin.
Read how a training centre helped equip two brothers for a lifetime of serving Jesus among the nomadic herders of West Africa.
For SIM UK member Ted Watts, there was one major item in his diary for the beginning of a new year: “Start PAACS”. Ted is…
Read how SIM is helping to train local leaders and plant churches in a vastly unreached area of Mexico.
The church in Bangladesh is tiny, but for the past 63 years, one SIM project has been providing support to isolated believers as they seek to follow Jesus.
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.
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…
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.
How SIM UK support its most important God-given resource: Its people
SIM UK partners with TnT to develop seminal Sunday school materials in Arabic.
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.
COVID-19 has created a global health crisis affecting millions of people in every community where SIM workers live and serve. While SIM continues to help…
Five years after a wave of refugees and migrants came to Europe fleeing war and economic hardship, the chaos of a global pandemic prompted many…
The importance of education options to mission families cannot be understated.
Doctors Ted and Rachel Watts, along with their two young sons, are living in Mandritsara in northern Madagascar and serving with SIM UK at the…