STORIES & UPDATES
In some parts of Pulau Burung, electricity is not readily available. So, for the inhabitants of these areas, solar lamps provide a welcome relief to the darkness that envelops them at night.
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In the Indonesian island of Bali, a group of teachers and pastors were recently equipped in caring for those suffering from trauma.
Hundreds in Myanmar have been killed, while thousands have had to flee. OM MTI’s local partner visits the affected areas to deliver supplies and hope.
“George was passionate about Jesus, passionate for God’s Word and passionate for the lost. I believe he was God’s man for the 20th century, who changed the course of modern mission.”
For disciples of Jesus, Easter is a wonderful reminder of the hope that we have in Jesus as He resurrected from the dead and claimed victory over death and sin. We celebrate that Jesus is our present and future hope, whether in life or death.
In December 2022, OM MTI welcomed Grace Lee-Kok as our new Executive Director (ED). To many of us, Grace is not an unfamiliar face. She served in OM MTI for 6 years before transferring to SEAM, another ministry within Operation Mobilisation (OM).
When our partners first met Arun and Chhay, Arun was an angry woman struggling to provide for her baby grandson, Chhay. But thankfully, things have now changed for them.
In Myanmar, fighting between the military forces and armed groups has been ongoing near the border with Thailand, bringing much destruction to the lives of villagers. A temple in the area was hit by bombs on 06 October 2022 and burned completely to ashes.
The situation in this South Asian nation remains dire. Food prices are 84% higher than a year ago and fuel, though available, is very expensive.
A total of 36 young people from 11 to 15 years old gathered together to learn about their “Red Flags” at a three-day camp organised by OM Indonesia. Like the red flags at the beach indicating danger when the waves are high, the lives of these young teens have their own red flags.