Here are all the news posts tagged "Outreach":
A multi-lingual Christian bookshop is ‘a first’ in one of the most diverse towns in the north of England.
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.
A popular French band has joined forces with SIM to inspire a new generation to ‘Go’ into mission.
A SIM UK worker shares her inspiring story of showing Christ’s love in the Middle East.
‘This is no ordinary house; it’s a house with a purpose; where children are offered hope, encouragement and, perhaps most important of all, love.’
Christmas is a wonderful opportunity to share the hope of Christ for one family serving in Greece.
With Sports Friends ministries in many of the far-flung corners of the world, is now the right time to bring this amazing ministry to UK churches?
Meet the Harrison family, who moved from their settled life in the UK, to a new exciting, but challenging, one on the mission field in Ethiopia.
Many children and young adults now have a new sense of hope and purpose, thanks to a Christ-centred sports ministry in South Africa.
A family share why they are about to travel thousands of miles for a new life overseas.
Read how Waves of Hope Radio Ministry team helped 90 children learn more about Jesus in rural Ecuador.
“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.”
A semi-retired doctor recalls the highs and lows of her two short-term medical missions in West Africa.
Anaïs encounters people with amazing, yet heart-breaking stories in her ministry, but tries to see God at work in each and every one.
A week spent helping a team of eye doctors helped put mission into focus for one SIM UK couple serving in southern Ecuador.
2022 is set to be another busy year for one of our families serving in France…
Across West Africa, SIMAIR serves remote communities with medicines, safe transport and the gospel message.
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.
Cat Tongkao encourages others to use their skills and talents for sports ministry.
Six years after tragedy struck, children are returning to SIM’s Mseleni Children’s Home in South Africa.
Read how God is using water pumps as tools to open people’s hearts to the gospel.
Read how one SIM worker helped students make praying for their friends a daily habit they’ll never forget!
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 pandemic is not thwarting God’s plans for global mission, says Linda Hunt, Prayer Coordinator for SIM UK.
Simon and Grace Stretton-Downes led a dental outreach in Liberia this summer – their biggest trip yet – treating patients who had endured pain for months, or even years.
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…
Preparing to serve in Warwick, Geoffrey shares his heart for gospel mission.
Covid could not thwart God’s plan to bring Ram Strestha and his wife Keshari, from South Asia, to serve in the UK.
The mines of Potosi in Bolivia are dark places, but SIM believes no one is beyond the reach of God…
Read the amazing conversion story of Tambaya Ibrahim, who travels across Niger to preach to the Fulani people.
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.
A pastor shares how his church joined forces with a charity to help those in need during COVID-19.
Loving your neighbour is one way to fulfil the Great Commission, but sometimes this involves stepping outside your comfort zone, says Justin Agnes, who served…
COVID-19 has forced Peru into a state of emergency as the country basically comes to a standstill. With a curfew and quarantine of all non-essential…
Gathering together in person has long been the very lifeblood of Christ’s church. But because of the coronavirus, large group meetings have disbanded.