No Longer Invisible

No Longer Invisible

Mai* and her family are Jesus followers⁠ in a Southeast Asian country. Her father is the local pastor of an impoverished village. A few years after she committed her future to God, she joined the OM team in that country and initiated a preschool project in her...
Reaching out to vulnerable families in Cambodia

Reaching out to vulnerable families in Cambodia

Like other countries, COVID-19 has had a major impact on Cambodia these past few months. Many people lost their jobs, especially manual labourers, but even those with good jobs have been laid off as businesses and tourism shut down. In rural villages, people could at...
Practical gifts of love

Practical gifts of love

Deep in the remote rural villages at the Thailand-Myanmar Border, the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the livelihood of the largely agrarian communities that reside in these villages. Due to restrictions in their movements, they have not been able to transport their...
Going into the water for Jesus

Going into the water for Jesus

Ork Seyha, 26, teaches English and Computer studies at the OM Cambodia base in Phnom Penh. He encountered OM Cambodia as a young child when he received a Christmas gift pack containing the New Testament from the organisation. After high school, he attended English and...
Impact of COVID-19 at the School of Mercy

Impact of COVID-19 at the School of Mercy

Elin* has been serving at the School of Mercy, Thailand-Myanmar Border, for the last four years as an education consultant. Besides handling different aspects of managing the project, she also teaches English in the school and disciples the children and teachers. When...